Housing Complex

Morning Links

New renderings of McMillan park are rather pretty. [UrbanTurf]

Don't fear the condo conversion. [WBJ]

No surprise here: Rents used to be cheaper in Capitol Hill, Cleveland Park, and Adams Morgan. [Curbed]

D.C.'s first-time homebuyer tax credit may be a thing of the past. [UrbanTurf]

Georgetown mansion once owned by Jackie Onassis' mom sells for $8.6 million. [WBJ]

Rumor has it that developer Conrad Cafritz is the buyer. [Carol Joynt]

Looking to buy a house that's not haunted? This one's for you. [UrbanTurf]

Today on the market: Kalorama for under $300k

  • http://www.washingtonpost.com/local/one-killed-in-officer-involved-shooting-in-southeast-dc/2013/04/09/c1802102-a0fc-11e2-be47-b44febada3a8_story.html Owen

    A man was shot and killed by Metro PD last night. The Post is trying to slander the still anonymous deceased by associating him with the Barry Farm housing complex, even though it's a half mile from the site of the killing. This is exactly why we need and look to independent media to get the story right instead of automatically prompting the reader to side with the power structure before the facts are clear. Whatever happened last night, Metro PD should be held accountable. Please follow up City Paper!

  • Bac

    I've been begging cp for responsible, responsive, follow up journalism for ages. It'll be ages before it happens. Just basic follow up seems impossible. They do get some things right, sometimes, so it's not all bad by a long shot.

    There's just never any followup.