Downtown density pays off in Asheville tax coffers
The tax value of downtown real estate in Asheville has risen dramatically since the early 1990s, according to figures from developer and planner Joe Minicozzi.
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#1 Nov 25, 2011
I'm not anti growth but radid dense
development will destroy downtown.
It will destroy the historical character
and intimate feel and independent
bussinesses all because greedy developers
and the the leaders of Asheville
are greedy and oculd care less
about the place.
It wont stop sprawl either. people
will continue to build everywhere
and on mountaintops.
Asheville is doomed because of the ultra
liberal mindset. Say hello to the new
Asheville like Charlotte and Atlanta.
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