Housing Complex

Morning Links

Traffic deaths in D.C. are down 73 percent since 2001. [WJLA]

Have an AP story with your overpriced Eggs Chesapeake. [Post]

Forensic lab design brings in sunlight without heat. [Architect]

A Q&A with the Michelle Rhee documentary reporter. [EdMedia Commons]

Why Virginia Gov. Bob McDonnell wants to tax hybrids—and why it's a bad idea. [Atlantic Cities]

D.C.'s $5,000 first-time homebuyer tax credit could make a comeback. [UrbanTurf]

NPR building set for April demolition. [WBJ]

The unsung heroes behind CaBi. [GGW]

Rents fall in NoMa, upper Northwest, rise in Capitol Riverfront and Logan/Dupont. [UrbanTurf]

Today on the market: Renovated rowhouse in Trinidad

  • Col. Brentwood

    NOMA rent link links to GGW article on Cabi

  • http://www.washingtoncitypaper.com/blogs/housingcomplex/ Aaron Wiener

    Fixed, thanks!

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