Mobile Home Park Residents Get Reprieve for Now
Residents of the Penn-Daw Mobile Home Park in southern Fairfax County recently got word that a developer has scrapped a plan to remake the 90-home community as a mixed-use residential, office and retail site with as many as 700 new apartments ans townhouses.
Most Penn-Daw residents aren't confident that this is the end. They say that redevelopment of the property is inevitable and wonder where and how they will find a place in Fairfax to live when it does. This front page article in today's Washington Post has the story.
By Focus on Fairfax |
November 28, 2006; 10:15 AM ET
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