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Foreclosures aren’t just for small investors anymore. [WSJ]
Greyhound bus terminal to become office buildings. [WBJ]
Cutting “waste” requires cutting people, which is hard to do productively. [GGW]
Meanwhile, Metro workers get a raise. [TBD]
Oh look, it’s a new real estate website. [HomesDatabase]
New life for the Grimke School. [WBJ]
Meditation on the MLK Memorial. [Archpaper]
I told you Walter Reed was moving fast, right? [CityBizList]
You can still donate your historic facade easement. [GeorgetownMetropolitan]
Robert Wone house keeps gaining value. [Borderstan]
Who will pay to restore the Carter G. Woodson home? [GGW]
DDOT thinks it knows the best places to connect from east to west. [DCentric]
But are they paying attention to where people actually go? [FairfaxVillage]
Today on the market: HUD wants to sell you a house.