Hollin Hall Getting More Crowded. Next: ?

In the Hollin Hall neighborhood in the southeastern part of the county, developers are buying homes, razing them and building two where once only one stood. The developers are taking advantage of the fact that post-World War II buyers built their homes straddling a line between two lots, each of which can be built on without zoning changes.

The same thing may soon happen in neighborhoods in Falls Church and Annandale. Read about it here.

Is this a good idea?

By  |  July 24, 2006; 11:12 AM ET  | Category:  Development, Growth
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