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Morning Links

petworthShaw will get its swanky new Giant in two weeks. [City Desk]

The average single-family home in D.C. sold for more than $800,000 in September. [WBJ]

And yet apartment rents in the D.C. area are actually declining. [UrbanTurf]

But nationally, rents are rising faster than inflation. [Atlantic Cities]

Neighbors skeptical of planned partial demolition of West Heating Plant. [WBJ]

Metro passengers are not very good at the whole "see something, say something" thing. [NBC4]

Reinterpreting a study of millennials and driving. [Streetsblog]

Roadside unhappy with Walter Reed decision. [WBJ]

Today on the market: Petworth rowhouse for under $500k

  • Ralph

    "Shaw will get its swanky new Giant in two weeks."

    While the Giant may be new, I would never think of that grocery chaim as being "swanky."

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