Wednesday’s Must Reads

by Nena Perry-Brown

  • People who moved out of DC last year gained 159 square feet, but their home value dropped $150,000. — (J. Tucker/Zillow)
  • NYC's Central Park Tower, tallest residential building in the world, to deliver this year. — (K. Barandy/designboom)
  • The nuances of how the U.S. design and building industries are embracing energy efficiency.* — (B. Ikenson/WaPo)
  • Taking a look at how effective TIF has been as an investment for DC. — (Y. Geng/Dist, Meas)
  • RPAI looking to add nearly 2,000 units to One Loudoun development proposal.* — (A. Koma/WBJ)
  • Restoration of Arlington National Cemetery mansion uncovered trove of artifacts from the enslaved.* — (M. Ruane/WaPo)
  • Nonprofit aims to make more progress than predecents in closing the DC area's east-west equity gap.* — (R. McCartney/WaPo)

*behind paywall

This article originally published at http://dc.urbanturf.com/articles/blog/wednesdays-must-reads/18361

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