Monday’s Must Reads

by Nena Perry-Brown

  • Old Georgetown Board only open to the giant Transformers sculptures if temporary. — (M. Austermuhle/DCist)
  • Believe it or not, it is expensive to live in a Scottish castle.* — (R. Bloomfield/WSJ)
  • Embattled developer to permit lots to be purchased for mixed-use at Congress Heights Metro. — (J. Anderson/Dist Dig)
  • The story behind the funereal goth house in Baltimore. — (D. Kois/Slate)
  • The potential environmental impacts of the proposed maglev route.* — (L. Lazo/WaPo)
  • See how disparate and inequitable property tax assessments are in your county.* — (NYT)
  • SoHo so conflicted about proposed rezoning that could return diversity to its exclusive enclave.* — (J. Hughes/NYT)

*behind paywall

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