Rents continue to rise faster than incomes. [WSJ]

The pop-up debate should be about inequality, not aesthetics. [CityLab]

Hill East gets an attractive pop-up called The Laundry. [Curbed]

The Supercan debacle left administration officials worried they looked like “idiots.” [LL]

The full roster of Capitol Riverfront office projects that became residences. [JDLand]

The 15th Street cycletrack will extend up the hill next year. [GGW]

A playground is coming to D.C. General after all. [DCist]

Former presidential press secretary can’t turn a profit on Kalorama house. [WBJ]

D.C.’s ex-transportation chief urges planning for biking and self-driving cars. [CityLab]

To minimize the press’s visual impact, the White House could get green canopies. [WBJ]

Today on the market: 2BR condo across from the Columbia Height Giant—-$525,000