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So if you prefer an 8 story building to read like a 7 story building because it's in a historic neighborhood full of 2-4 story rowhouses...you're an "inmate" of an insane asylum? Talk about hyperbole.

Just because Baltimore has taller buildings, how does that impact this particular site? Not sure every discussion of appropriate height needs to become a proxy for the height limit through out the city. This solution looks like a good compromise, even though a 15 story building might lower your rent by $10 a month. Then again, if you rebuild the whole neighborhood, you might get you're rent down $100 a month, I just don't know.

by Thayer-d on Feb 27, 2013 3:29 pm • linkreport

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