NoMA has no parks thanks to flawed upzoning
When D.C. officials rezoned the land north of Union Station to create NoMA, they triggered the creation of a brand-new neighborhood. Unfortunately, they forgot to leave space for a park, and created an economic dynamic that virtually ruled out any parks. Last week, D.C. Council member Tommy Wells introduced a bill to try to fix this glaring omission.
As Michael Neibauer explains in a Business Journal article (unfortunately behind the paywall), NoMA has no parks in its 358-acre territory, a "major oversight."
[Continue reading David Alpert's post here at Greater Greater Washington.]
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