How Seattle’s Neighborhood Plans were designed to inhibit inclusive neighborhoods (pt 2)

Wallingford Urban Village (shaded) and catchment boundary (dashed line)
greenwood urban village’s disappearing act
existing non-conforming multifamily housing in a Queen Anne neighborhood
Vienna’s brownfield redev Seestadt Aspern, w/ 6 story buildings 3/4 of a mile from the U-bahn
2008 UW review of Neighborhood Plans

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dad | designer | writer | Noted shill for housing. interests: Baugruppen, architecture, passivhaus, mass timber, staedtebau, not for profit housing

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dad | designer | writer | Noted shill for housing. interests: Baugruppen, architecture, passivhaus, mass timber, staedtebau, not for profit housing

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