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Anita Bonds wants to ban new bike lanes on narrow residential streets for the time being. [City Desk]

For rent: Armed Forces Retirement Home heating plant. [Post]

D.C. area’s No. 2 in new apartments in 2014, behind Dallas. [UrbanTurf]

A profile of the museum coming to the old Franklin School. [NYT]

To no one’s surprise, Trader Joe’s is cheaper than Whole Foods. [DCist]

D.C. hasn’t seen the office-to-residential conversions of other cities. [Post]

Today on the market: 1BR condo in the “hip West End”—-$445,000