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Richmond and Baltimore have beautiful urban neighborhoods (The Fan, Museum District, Church Hill, Mt. Vernon, Charles Village, Federal Hill to name a few). Some of them have tall buildings as well. There are nice neighborhoods in DC that have tall buildings.

funny you mention charles village in this context. i live in the old goucher subsection of charles village and recently got active in the community association here. they are currently in the process of putting together a package of revisions they want to recommend to the planning department for our zoning update and i've been fighting to try to get some things taken out that include a downgrade of apartment zoning from 10 allowable stories to 6.

by burgersub on Feb 28, 2013 10:09 am • linkreport

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