Friday’s Must Reads

by Nena Perry-Brown

  • BID-like "Friendship Heights Alliance" formed among business owners on both sides of the neighborhood.* — (T. Navera/WBJ)
  • The real estate boom continues to leave historically-Black neighborhoods behind.* — (V. Gregory/NYT)
  • Downtown DC businesses try to lure workers back in the office with free meals. — (L. Hayes/WCP)
  • Falls Church development with Whole Foods and theater gets key approval. — (D. Taube/TyRep)
  • Displaced owners of defective Talbert Street SE townhouses file new suit against DC and developer. — (W. Schick/TDL)
  • More details about how DC, Maryland and Virginia want to spent $19 billion in federal infrastructure funds. — (J. Pascale/DCist)

*behind paywall

This article originally published at http://dc.urbanturf.com/articles/blog/fridays-must-reads/18971

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