Housing Complex

Morning Links: Getting an Edge

Now that's some developer lobbying. [NYT]

88,325 Bikeshare trips per crash. [Washcycle]

National Mall to get more gravelly. [Examiner]

Zipcar's creative self-promotion. [TBD]

D.C. takes forever to pay bills. [NBC4]

Crazy transit technology of the future. [WBJ]

District disarray lets developers skip out on condo conversion fees. [WBJ]

Takedown of stupid TED project. [NextAmericanCity]

Huge new community garden by Washington Hospital Center! [PoP]

What's going on behind that big fence next to the Wardman Park. [DCMud]

Want to get a deal on downtown office space? Be Japanese. [GlobeSt]

D.C.'s public housing residents probably insulated from HUD changes. [P&P]

Today on the market: Former home of the Greek legation.

  • danmac

    without excusing the City Department of Housing and Community Development for lack of systems etc. My question is how do Title Companies and Mortgage holders of the purchased condos escape responsibility. I thought at settlement the mortgage holder and Title company are responsible for seeing that all taxes and fees are paid. Am I wrong?