Housing Complex

Morning Links

Douglas makes it official, buys up properties at New York and 7th NW. [WBJ]

Regional housing recovery likely to continue apace. [Post]

Anita Bonds wants to eliminate property tax and discount rent for longtime elderly residents. [Examiner]

Muriel Bowser's mayoral moves could delay the Yards movie theater project. [JDLand]

Potholepalooza hits the halfway mark. [WJLA]

Capital Bikeshare docks have nothing on this one. [GGW]

The role of preservation in D.C.'s architecture. [UrbanTurf]

Carr Properties plans a big expansion. [Post]

What the Education Committee's budget means for D.C. schools. [CharlesAllenDC]

Today on the market: Small studio, small price in Cleveland Park

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