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December 18, 2013

Developers want help to increase density in key neighborhoods

Journal Staff Reporter

Cities should do more to encourage density in key neighborhoods like downtown Seattle and South Lake Union, a panel of eight developers said Tuesday.

Taller buildings cost more, so the developers said rather than charging extra fees for low-income housing, governments should be offering incentives to help developers add density because of the future tax revenues these projects would generate.

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