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Jon, I was thinking of a modest form-based code, pushing the building to the edge of the site, etc. I don't think it needs to be so specific to produce great urbanism. I think there is enough variety of density and rhythm that beyond a few nudges, the designers can figure it out.

With a design review panel, you don't necessarily know how a building will be received, or how political influence and personal opinion might pop up.

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