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DC on Track to Pay for Portion of the Parking at Union Market DC on Track to Pay for Portion of the Parking at Union Market

After a brief-yet-heated debate, the DC Council voted to approve a first reading of a bill to provide TIF funds to a portion of the 3,500 parking spaces planned at Union Market. read»

 


 
Anacostia's Busboys and Poets Opening Date Likely Pushed Back Anacostia's Busboys and Poets Opening Date Likely Pushed Back

Owner-restaurateur Andy Shallal is still waiting to begin build-out on the Anacostia location of his flagship Busboys and Poets brand. read»

 


 
The Varying Cost of a Two-Bedroom Rental Across DC The Varying Cost of a Two-Bedroom Rental Across DC

Instead of our typical What X Rents feature, UrbanTurf is taking a look at how much a renter in DC can expect to pay for a two-bedroom across the city. read»

 


 
Wednesday's Must Reads Wednesday's Must Reads

Hurricane season, tax reform and the construction industry; fight for $15 minimum wage may soon end in triumph in Montgomery County; and how high are the odds that DC is Amazon's destination? read»