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  • v. Third-person singular simple present indicative form of upzone.

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Examples

  • I'd rather see cottages proliferate than the sweeping upzones that have paved the way for butt-ugly projects like the one illustrated above.

    Taking on the Townhouse Scourge « PubliCola

  • Until then I will be driving the least polluting vehicle that serves my NEEDS, and not upzone your mass transit to pretty up your upzones.

    Energy, Transportation, and Land Use Patterns « PubliCola

  • The Beacon Hill, Mount Baker, and Othello Station areas are getting upzoned (there are appeals but they represent a very small minority of residents) and I believe there are plans for upzones of the other Rainier Valley station areas as well.

    Brewster’s Half-Baked Argument Against Light Rail « PubliCola

  • The council does plan to adopt two modest upzones around the Rainier Beach and Beacon Hill light rail stations, which have been the subject of formal complaints by neighborhood activists who say six-story buildings (as opposed to the four-story buildings currently allowed next to the stations) will destroy the character of their neighborhoods.

    The Future is In Cities « PubliCola

  • Moderate upzones are likely part of that, but only part.

    The Future is In Cities « PubliCola

  • After over a year of planning, the communities shared input in support of moderate upzones.

    The Future is In Cities « PubliCola

  • Re: Item #2 about the Comp Plan, you wrote that the Council will "adopt modest upzones around the Rainier Beach and Beacon Hill light rail stations ..."

    The Future is In Cities « PubliCola

  • The issue driving this question is do citizens want transit now or upzones now along corridors that provide density for rapid transit at some future date.

    Crosscut

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