Friday’s Must Reads

by Nena Perry-Brown

  • DDOT considering sticking with Slow Streets post-pandemic. — (J. Capriel/WBJ)
  • The escapism of scrolling through Zillow listings.* — (T. Lorenz/NYT)
  • Cameras, sensors, and AI enable the new smart, hands-free kitchen.* — (J.S. Marcus/WSJ)
  • How Georgetown could be redistricted back into Ward 3. — (Gtown Met)
  • Acquiring capital is one of the biggest barriers for Black commercial real estate developers. — (K. Panchuk/Bisnow)
  • A fight in Gaithersburg over whether to convert hotel into affordable senior housing. — (A. Koma/WBJ)
  • Despite contrary public opinion, WMATA board votes to approve renaming two Metro stations. — (M. Barthel/DCist)
  • Residents of formerly-redlined areas experience worse health outcomes and shortened life spans. — (M. Godoy/NPR)

*behind paywall

This article originally published at http://dc.urbanturf.com/articles/blog/fridays-must-reads/17565

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