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In this case the building to be replaced is relatively recent and undistinguished, so the new building seems like an improvement.

However, it seems to me that no matter how you tweak the aesthetics, the height is the height as far as neighbors in surrounding properties are concerned. But that far downtown 7 stories doesn't seem too unreasonable.

"This is why we live in a city folks."

Actually, this is why we live in DC and not Manhattan.

by Chris on Feb 27, 2013 12:28 pm • linkreport

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