D.C.’s attorney general candidates go head to head (to head to head to…) tonight. [LL]

A Georgetown Metro station would be among the system’s busiest. [GGW]

Grimke redevelopment starts to take shape: museum, residences, nonprofit, and no height increase. [UrbanTurf]

With more people living downtown, a push for playgrounds. [Post]

ANC doesn’t buy proposal for parking-free micro-units on Blagden Alley. [SALM]

Fort Totten Walmart gets its permit for build-out. [WBJ]

A history of the Eisenhower Executive Office Building, once called America’s “greatest monstrosity.” [Streets of Washington]

Today on the market: Brightwood Park rowhouse in need of some upgrades—-$495,000