Comeback

September 24, 1999

ATLANTA was depopulating for years and then a lot of people who had moved 25 miles out for better schools and less crime started coming back, children and all, to cut down on the commuting hours and general aggravation.

Reporter Liz Atwood's close look at the urban residential real estate revival there, in Tuesday's Sun, was compelling.

Anyone who thinks it cannot happen in Baltimore has not had a well in a new valley home run dry or been stuck on I-83 in the rush hour lately.

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