Borderstan Brief

by Tim Regan October 10, 2016 at 8:50 am 0

13th Street Little Free Library

D.C. Not Holding Developers Responsible, Says City Auditor — The District is failing to make sure developers are doing what they say they’d do to get tax benefits and loans, according to city auditor Kathleen Patterson. The auditor’s remarks come just weeks after some Adams Morgan community leaders complained that the developer of the neighborhood’s The Line hotel wasn’t holding up its end of a tax abatement bargain. [Washington Post]

Crisp Kitchen + Bar’s Stuffed Chicken Stolen — Someone stole the Blooomingdale restaurant’s beloved stuffed chicken. Now, the restaurant is on the hunt to get it back. [Eater D.C.]

Michelin List Does Bad Saint a ‘Disservice’ — Michelin’s recent list of 19 affordable restaurants includes Bad Saint in Columbia Heights. But that inclusion does the eatery more harm than good, says Washington Post food critic Tom Sietsema. [Washington Post]

81 Percent Back PN Hoffman in Unscientific Poll — More than 81 percent of our readers who took a recent unscientific poll we conducted said they backed developer PN Hoffman’s latest plan for the SunTrust plaza property in Adams Morgan. [Borderstan]


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