Morning Links: Red Eye Edition
Hello again! My plane just landed, and I'm definitely still behind on D.C. news, but here's what's catching my eye from the last week.
People really, really, really need some help with housing in Georgia. [WSJ]
A new era for public housing architecture at Park Morton? [DCMud]
The U.S.'s low interest rates are sending property values through the roof in Hong Kong. [WSJ]
Mixed-use development instead of federal office space at New Jersey and H? [WBJ]
New York pours money into failing apartment complex owned by well-connected Chamber of Commerce. [NYT]
Fenty ups the ante at latest groundbreaking: Using big machines himself. (Next up, flight suits?) [WBJ]
Today on the market: I've forgotten where this house is, but it's marketed by this guy.