"Washington reversed a decades-long decline in population, and has for several years been growing as fast as any of the fastest-growing states. Long-neglected neighborhoods have been gentrified, real estate prices are skyrocketing, and the Office of Planning predicts that we could run out of attractive places for developers to build. [...] All of that has made the current conversation about raising the District’s height limits, codified in federal law more than a century ago, different from past efforts."Washington, DC is running out of office space because of productive enterprises making things? Or because of grifters, lobbyists, regulators, and contractors? Does it matter, since "it all goes in to GDP"?