Proposed apartment complex at Takoma Metro will cause congestion, residents say: Developer EYA has proposed 210-unit complex

Gazett.Net discusses the proposed apartment complex at the Takoma Metro station. According to the article, residents are worried it will destroy green spaces and cause more congestion. Jack Lester, a senior vice president at EYA, and Stan Wall, director of real estate and station planning for WMATA, said they were unsure how the D.C. streetcar might affect the project if it terminates at Takoma. Lester and Wall say that the green space may be developed for the streetcar, but plans are not yet finalized.

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