Thursday’s Must Reads

by Nena Perry-Brown

  • The stakes are high for highly-debated affordable housing development in Alexandria. — (A. Koma/WBJ)
  • The house from Silence of the Lambs will become a bed and breakfast. — (S. Paynter/NYP)
  • Axe-throwing venue flouts DC Covid restrictions before temporarily closing. — (J. Sidman/Washingtonian)
  • WhatsApp co-founder buys the multimillion-dollar Malibu house next door.* — (K. Clarke/WSJ)
  • Report says Maryland already short 85,000 low-income rental units, needs to build more. — (A. Schweitzer/DCist)
  • Redfin now adding flood risk information to listings on its platform. — (J. Kleimann/HousWire)
  • Landlord disinvestment compounds problems of Covid and unemployment for Langley Park renters. — (C. Gallaher/GGWash)

This article originally published at http://dc.urbanturf.com/articles/blog/thursdays-must-reads/17899

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