Housing Complex

Morning Links

Everything is closed today. [CityDesk, ArtsDesk]

In fact, it's the biggest public transit shutdown in U.S. history. [Atlantic Cities]

Tysons rallies to save its last sliver of green space. [Post]

Holy shit the election is eight days away. Here's who a few smart growthers endorse. [GGW]

Post-TOPA, Kalorama building hits the market. [UrbanTurf]

Six developers vie for empty lot at 7th and R NW. [DCmud]

Is the old Georgetown heating plant doomed to remain a windowless dungeon? [Post]

Why didn't America get all bikey like Holland did? [GGW]

Those crazy Dutch are even contemplating heated bike lanes. [Atlantic Cities]

WMATA's contemplating a bus garage at the Old Soldiers' Home. [Post]

Got $1.425 million? Now's your chance to buy the old Bulgarian embassy. [UrbanTurf]

Looks like preservationists won't fight to protect the ugliest building on earth. [Post]

Today on the market: Loads and loads of potential in Trinidad

  • disgusted

    "Post topa" - what a sham.

  • http://distcurm.blogspot.com/ IMGoph

    Aaron: I know this is old news, but the house you show a picture of is not in Trinidad. It's on 18th Street, east of Bladensburg Road. That's Carver-Langston. I'd be glad to show you more about where some of the neighborhoods in our part of town start and end.