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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'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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