Do you have a plan to vote?
Let us tell you the information you need to register and cast a ballot in D.C.
Don’t understand D.C.’s restaurant boom? Look to the investors. [Y&H]
A more sophisticated buy-versus-rent calculator. [The Upshot]
D.C. is the world’s 13th-biggest financial center, ahead of Toronto and Shanghai. [Post]
Paper Metro farecards are on the way out. [City Desk]
Gray administration plans to send D.C. United stadium plan to D.C. Council tomorrow. [Post]
Compared to urban poverty, gentrification is pretty rare. [CityLab]
More than 10 percent of D.C.-area homes on the market are listed for over $1 million. [WBJ]
Will H Street changes bring benefits or displacement? [WAMU]
Paris plans near-citywide 20 MPH speed limit. Would it fly in D.C.? [Streetsblog]
Craigslister seeks marriage as path to shiny new apartment. [HuffPost]
What will the Adams Morgan hotel look like? A hint from L.A. [UrbanTurf]
Today on the market: Washington Highlands condo—-$69,990