Housing Complex

Morning Links

A good short profile of acting GSA chief Dan Tangherlini. [Post]

Time to revamp the residential parking permit program? Council thinks it might be. [WJLA]

But changes aren't likely before late next year. [DCist]

The Takoma Metro is finally getting some density. [DCmud]

Only 1.5 percent of a.m. Metro trips end east of the Anacostia in D.C. The plurality of those start in Petworth or Columbia Heights. [GGW]

Before settling on Tysons, Intelsat rejected Capitol Riverfront because the neighborhood's "not quite there yet." [WBJ]

Speaking of Tysons, it's apparently tailor-made for self-driving cars. [Post]

Peak-hour cycling in D.C. has nearly tripled in the past eight years, and 77 percent of bikers are male. [DCist]

Here's how the fiscal cliff could affect D.C.-area homeowners. [UrbanTurf]

The Office of Planning's favorite strip in town: 1800 block of Columbia Road NW. [OPinions]

Today on the market: Truxton townhouse

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