Monday’s Must Reads

by Nena Perry-Brown

  • Moving companies in the DC area have stayed booked and busy. — (A. Koma/WBJ)
  • NYC denies protection to historic houses that were part of the Underground Railroad.* — (J.F. Gill/NYT)
  • The Inn at Rosslyn and two apartment buildings sold to JBG Smith. — (J. DeVoe/ARLNow)
  • Neighbors to American University object to development in its campus plan. — (J. Capriel/WBJ)
  • How some in the commercial real estate industry reacted to the Capitol insurgency. — (D. Stribling/Bisnow)
  • Last week exposed DC's security theater for the myth it is. — (B. McEntee/Slate)
  • The design successes and political parallels of the MLK Library renovation. — (N. Flanagan/ArchPaper)

*behind paywall

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