Friday’s Must Reads

by Nena Perry-Brown

  • Each homeowner got about $33,000 richer during the first quarter of the year. — (D. Olick/CNBC)
  • The short-term rental war of Nantucket.* — (C. Taylor/WSJ)
  • WMATA board approved fare cuts and service expansions to begin rolling out this summer. — (J. George/WaPo)*/(J. Pascale/DCist)
  • Fairfax to get a "Bloomie's" with Cuban café by Colada Shop. — (G. Hiatt/Eater)
  • The rise of built-to-rent suburban subdivisions.* — (W. Parker/WSJ)
  • Decomissioned San Francisco power plant being retrofit into office space. — (L. Crook/dezeen)
  • A three-building office-to-residential conversion at Old Town's Transpotomac Plaza. — (S. Moore/ALM)
  • Hyattsville City Council votes not to support 135-unit townhouse proposal on detached-zoned site. — (M. Theis/R1R)

*behind paywall

This article originally published at http://dc.urbanturf.com/articles/blog/fridays-must-reads/18374

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