Housing Complex

Morning Links

Homeless teens are feeling city budget cuts. [WJLA]

Chuck Brown memorial park design gets tweaked. [RIA Insider]

Naylor Court could get a five-story apartment building. [UrbanTurf]

Serena Williams beats the traffic to a match by riding a bike. [Post]

Eight injured as cop car hits Metrobus. [WJLA]

A few extra details on the latest McMillan plans. [bloomingdale]

London biking group designs a truck that's less likely to hit cyclists. [Atlantic Cities]

If corner stores must get a special exception, at least let them benefit. [GGW]

A community group's role in the revitalization of H Street NE. [Post]

A map of bike parking at D.C. government buildings. [DCBAC]

Tysons has proven hard to urbanize. [The New Republic]

High rents are hurting the economy. [Atlantic Cities]

Arlington gets a $1 million bus stop. [Post]

Today on the market: Petworth condo

Comments

  1. #1

    It's worth reading Richard Layman's response to that Post opinion piece about H Street's revitalization.

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