D.C. wants proposals for a new jail, and it wants them fast. [WBJ]

Looks like the Anacostia Warehouse Supermarket wasn’t any cheaper than the Yes! [ART of WARd 8]

The story of Wangari Gardens. [Grist]

Demand for inauguration tickets and hotel rooms is down sharply from 2008. [WJLA]

East-of-the-river developers, beware: There might be bodies buried in your land. [GGW]

Air rights sold, Capitol Crossing will be the biggest contiguous new development downtown. [WBJ]

Home prices are rising faster than rents. [UrbanTurf]

New sustainable house residents get a pretty good deal: no utility bills. [WJLA]

And just in time for D.C. to join a group of global warming-fighting cities. [DCist]

Here’s what the zoning update means for corner stores, which for some reason freak a lot of people out. [GGW]

Today on the market: Not your average condo, in Shaw