In theory, infill housing is a great idea. You have a vacant or underutilized lot in an established neighborhood, and a visionary property owner or developer comes in and builds a new home in that spot. Among other things, infill housing maintains the density of established neighborhoods, increases property values around it, and prevents sprawl. This is good, right? Of course it is. However, the quality of the design and construction of infill varies widely,

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