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The history of the block where Rep. Aaron Schock‘s racist staffer urged gentrification. [Post]

How Adams Morgan activism, and TOPA, fought gentrification in the 1970s. [CityLab]

Developer plans to combine two Columbia Heights buildings, turning 48 units into 170. [WBJ]

Another apartment building, nearly as big, is slated to arrive a few blocks to the west. [UrbanTurf]

Proposal for Metro fare hikes and service cuts takes a step forward. [Post]

Got $2.6 million to spare? You can buy former Sen. Evan Bayh‘s Spring Valley house. [UrbanTurf]

America’s most rent-burdened cities. [Next City]

Metro to Dulles! (OK, not really.) [Post]

An editor struggles to piece together his bike accident. [Washingtonian]

NoMa and Truxton Circle get muralized. [GGW]

Today on the market: Friendship Heights 1BR—-$330,000