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How does the city plan for growth as neighborhoods get more crowded?
City Inside/Out Special Feature: Roosevelt Development

As Seattle neighborhoods get more crowded, how does the city plan for growth? We take a look at the bustling Roosevelt district, which is slated for a future light rail station. The transit plan and accompanying density has the neighborhood energized, but worried. One key concern is a proposal from a new developer to replace rows of dilapidated, boarded-up homes with up to 16-story buildings and rental units. The community wants change, but how much will it be willing to accept?

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