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Now that's the kind of development we need replicated around the city. High density and medium density housing together. Retail and a designated local grocery store space. On paper this is the most exciting development I can think of in Durham, this is what Northgate Mall could have been (but bigger).
edit: on second thought, I'm very curious how parking minimums are going to play out with this. Can developers get a pass on parking minimums?
edit 2: Oh, I see the site map on in the article. Certainly not light on parking, but still seems like a great project for what they need to work around