Low Density Development Undermines Infrastructure Funding — Even When Property Values are Very High

Lower Density means less tax per unit of area, even when property values are very high

Lower Density Means Less Tax Available to Pay for Infrastructure (and Everything Else)

Roland Park Property

Aerial View of Roland Park Estate

Hoes Heights Property

Tax Revenue Per Square Foot

Conclusion

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