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Life Within Walking Distance

It’s always nice when someone recognizes the good work being done by one of our clients. As he references the Arts District Hyattsville development, Richard Layman, from the Rebuilding Place in the Urban Space blog, points out that the ultimate goal of any mixed use urban development is to promote life within walking distance. This is exactly what the smart folks at EYA envision as they plan each development.

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Richard Layman

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