Latest developments and points of interest in Ward 3
It seems that the type of smart growth projects we are starting to see in Ward 3 and throughout the District are not unique – projects that make the most of transit and provide a greater range of choices in housing. Even in auto-centric Los Angeles, people are being given the opportunity to live car-free at transit oriented development sites. It also seems like the reaction of some people to even modest change, is pretty predictable also. This piece about opposition to replacing a surface parking lot with a mixed-use building in Minneapolis could easily apply here in Ward 3.