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By Clair Enlow
August 5, 2009
In this first season of light rail in Seattle, few neighborhoods seem to be getting on board with dense, pedestrian-friendly development, except Northgate. And the train doesn't even go there — yet.
This neighborhood, which is really several neighborhoods centered around the eponymous shopping mall near Seattle's northern boundary, is expected to be on the next leg of the expanding system.
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