The Urban Pioneers Of Edge City

Residents of a quintessential edge city explain the attraction.

"Ten years from now 40,000 people will live in Tysons Corner, a suburban activity center in the Washington, DC region that already has two gigantic malls and more office space than most big city downtowns. As residents in neighboring subdivisions worry about the traffic implications of increased density and mixed-use, the few existing residents of Tysons explain why they choose to live there and what hidden charms exist in edge city’s archetype."

Thanks to Dan Malouff

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