Comment 48866

By demo (anonymous) | Posted October 05, 2010 at 21:38:22

how about we build on some of the vast tracks of vacant land or parking lots in the lower city to increase density before we start ripping down functioning buildings? wouldn't that be more in keeping with the raise the hammer ideals?

new buildings kill two birds with one stone by getting rid of vacant land or parking lots which are net detractors from communities, while also increasing the number of residents in the area which is a net benefit to an area.

ripping down houses to build bigger houses should be something we as a city start doing once all the easily redeveloped lands are starting to fill in.

let the down voting begin!

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