Housing Complex

Morning Links

New regulation mandates secure bike parking in D.C. apartment buildings. [WBJ]

Vince Gray, Tony Dungy kick off year two of cheap Internet program for low-income Washingtonians. [Post]

QE3 will raise home prices by nearly 2 percent. [HousingWire]

Alexandria coal plant to close. [Post]

Congress Heights rec center gets a facelift. [WJLA]

Likewise with a for-sale church in Southwest. [PoP]

And with Georgia Ave.'s crosswalks. [PoP]

Georgetown, Montgomery College interested in buying Silver Spring campus. [Post]

New forensic lab opens today in Southwest. [SW Quadrant]

Southwest District government building purchased, set to become 12-story office building. [WBJ]

Where'd that old Dupont Circle statue end up? (Answer: Delaware.) [Ghosts of DC]

Today on the market: Cut from the mold in Petworth

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