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This is what a Capital Bikeshare user looks like. [City Desk]
And this is how much CO2 emissions a Capital Bikeshare user saves. [Streetsblog]
Developers make carefully timed donations to “turn chicken poop into chicken salad.” [WAMU]
Sometimes a sweet deal for developers is still a good deal for the city. [GGW]
The flip hits a wall called the real estate market recovery. [Post]
More than 100 teachers at Cardozo High and Patterson Elementary fired, must reapply for jobs. [Post]
The Hill East market isn’t looking too “weak” here. [Lock7]
The anti-Height Act: A 220-story skyscraper goes up in a provincial Chinese city. [Atlantic Cities]
Today on the market: Million-dollar fixer-upper