The case for tall buildings

When gentle density isn't enough

My first idea about housing policy was a sort of naive intuition that Washington, D.C. should have taller buildings like Manhattan where I grew up. In the intervening 17 years or so, I’ve learned a lot about land use in the United States, and I’ve seen a lot of pro-housing political movements secure success with other ideas around Accessory Dwelling Uni…

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