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The city is buying a Metro-adjacent Anacostia parcel to build affordable housing. [WBJ]

Fundrise project in Shaw nears its goals. [Fundrise]

Darrell Issa wants to vote on minor Height Act changes later this month. [Roll Call]

Here’s what Meridian Hill Park looked like as it was being built. [Ghosts of DC]

For the second time, Silver Line phase one is allegedly complete. [AP]

Get ready for the 1st Street NE cycletrack. [WashCycle]

New owner plans to carve four apartments out of R Street Firehouse. [UrbanTurf]

14th Street NW Caribou Coffee likely to become apartments, offices, and retail. [WBJ]

Congress mulls a stipend to pay for pricey D.C. housing. [Post]

An incomplete list of D.C.’s worst intersections [Curbed]

What impact will homeownership have on your life? Depends what race you are. [Johns Hopkins]

Today on the market: Lamond Riggs brick house—-$360,000