Friday’s Must Reads

by Nena Perry-Brown

  • Rather than admitting its first passengers, Purple Line may resume construction next spring.* — (K. Shaver/WaPo)
  • America's most expensive home goes into receivership. — (R. Frank/CNBC)
  • Former Apple design director wants to apply similar approach to his new mass timber housing company. — (T. Ravenscroft/dezeen)
  • Housing crisis encourages more to turn to manufactured homes as affordable alternative.* — (B. DeCarbo/WaPo)
  • Intra-government blame game ensues as evictions scheduled for hundreds of DC residents. — (A. Schweitzer/DCist)
  • Many debate future of Baltimore's Harborplace, which went from local treasure to ongoing receivership. — (R. Cassie/Bmore)

*behind paywall 

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