Housing Complex

Morning Links


Surprise! Most people like having new restaurants and bars in their neighborhood. [Borderstan]

New regulations could suffocate D.C.'s food trucks. [Y&H]

A map of the District's cranes. [Park View DC]

The area south of Logan Circle is the densest in the District. [GGW]

Pretty much no one saw the housing boom coming. [New York Times]

Eleanor Holmes Norton is opening a new 1,778-square-foot office in NoMa. [WBJ]

A look inside the big new apartment building on South Capitol Street. [SWTLQTC]

It's getting harder to make a buck in Anacostia real estate. [UrbanTurf]

The American Hospital Association is moving into CityCenterDC. [WBJ]

D.C. cabs could take credit cards by summer. [DCist]

JBG has sold one of its big 14th Street developments to JP Morgan. [UrbanTurf]

How three candidates for the FBI HQ stack up. [Post]

Park and ride can actually encourage driving—at least in Holland. [Atlantic Cities]

Today on the market: No frills in Deanwood

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