Housing Complex

Morning Links: Very Serious

How to take care of the MLK Library. [DCMud]

Another group home, another outcry. [Post]

That really is a serious roof deck. [PoP]

Should libraries get deer-proof windows? [DCist]

The wrong place for density. [GGW]

New York City hearts Frank Gehry. [NYO]

Construction unions lose out in Virginia. [WashTimes]

Still nothing happening in McPherson Square. [Examiner]

Did tenants get the chance to buy their Riverfront buildings? [JDLand]

Would D.C. accept tall buildings if they were transparent? [Architizer]

Powershift: U.S. now has more renters than owners. [AtlanticCities]

It would be easier to add more green space if the buildings were taller. [EMMCA]

God forbid that food trucks should park in Georgetown. [GeorgetownMetropolitan]

Today on the market: Cook's paradise.

  • CTK

    Re: the Powershift article - there are not more renters than owners; more new housing units are being rented rather than purchased. The graphic indicates that there are ~ 39 million renter-occupied housing units vs. ~ 75 million owner-occupied.