On this week's edition of 99% Invisible:
“Holdout” Around 2005, a Seattle neighborhood called Ballard started to see unprecedented growth. Developers offered a woman named Edith Macefield $750,000 for her small house. Macefield turned down the money, and developers went ahead and enveloped her house on three sides with a shopping mall.
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