Housing Complex

Morning Links

The Reflecting Pool algae are back. [WJLA]

D.C.'s less poor than it used to be. Oh, the horror! [NY Times]

What D.C. can learn from Bogotá. [Washington Times]

Jack Evans puts the odds of a commuter tax at "two percent, and that might be generous." [Examiner]

The Trumps tap a Bethesda firm to choose restaurants for their Old Post Office hotel. [Post]

Our parks, out of our hands. [GGW]

National Mall, Honda reach accord. [WJLA]

Meet the puritan behind the National Harbor casino. [Post]

Fear not, homeward-bound Madonna fans! Metro’s giving you an additional hour of service. [WMATA]

Today on the market: Grand Victorian in Georgetown.

  • Colin

    DC is "less poor" than it used to be? Um no, the city and its environs are rich, largely due to transfers of wealth from elsewhere in the country. That may be an uncomfortable reality, but it's reality nonetheless. As a DC resident, I'm glad it's improving, but I'm also mindful of what's driving it too.