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Kudos to the developers for putting up with these Wallach Place residents as long and as patiently as they have.

The building "seems overmassed" is the kind of generalized and content-free complaint that NIMBY wallach place residents have been muttering for years, leaving us with a one-story strip right on top of the one of the city's busiest transit nodes.

David is right. Local residents (of which I am one) should be grateful for the accommodations made by JBG.

by Ward 1 Guy on Feb 27, 2013 4:54 pm • linkreport

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