From what I can tell, everyone benefits from the kids playing outside together. We’re a village. All schools are highly rated, with many extracurricular programs. That includes its population—the 2010 Census showed that nearly 65 percent of residents along Columbia Pike are nonwhite—and its housing types, which include condos, apartment buildings, townhouses, and single-family homes. But Richardson doesn’t think Seattle will become the next San Francisco, where the service sector (nurses, firefighters, teachers, etc.) has been priced out of the city. “In 2013, we had an abnormal year in real estate.