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Old Posted Mar 3, 2010, 3:19 PM
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Yeah, I mean, Woodlands' built density is probably significantly less dense than any traditional railroad suburb by any measure (built floor area ratio, pop density, household density, etc.).

It's a very attractive and pretty area from ground level: the forest cover really helps. (although,, the massive parking lots around the mall I could do without, but the fact that they even built surface lots rather than garages, which Houston's Galleria has, is a testament to the fundamentally low suburban land value).
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