It hasn't happened much yet for some pretty good reasons.I appreciate your optimism, but a lot of those places already have stations and the results have been unimpressive. Furthermore, East Link will be mostly grade-separated. A lot of those neighborhoods are in or will have to get through the surface rail in the Rainier Valley.
And of course apartments average more than one person per unit, I'm not that stupid... :tongue3:
But even if one person in the household worked in the Spring District, the other probably isn't going to as well. And of course some will be children. And many units won't have tenants who work in the Spring District at all.
My overall point is I'd like to see more residential development on the line. The stations south of Downtown Bellevue are basically a joke, unfortunately. Progressives may have just taken over the city council, but it's too late. The damage has been done and we'll have to live with it for decades to come.