Borderstan Brief

by Tim Regan November 2, 2016 at 8:55 am 0

Performers at Dupont Metro station, Nov. 2, 2016

‘Highly Unlikely’ Adams Morgan Hotel Will Meet Tax Break Requirements — The developers behind The Line hotel in Adams Morgan still haven’t met hiring requirements necessary for a $46 million tax break, and it’s “highly unlikely” they will, a District agency says. [Washington City Paper]

Logan Circle Gastropub Plans New Brunch Menu — It will soon be possible to order “fatboy fantasy” and “squirrel kicker” sandwiches at The Commodore in Logan Circle. [Washington City Paper]

NoMa Park Plans Unveiled — The new park coming to NoMa has a final design with a lawn and a children’s play area. The park will also have a cafe located around two pedestrian walkways. [Greater Greater Washington]

Virtual Reality Tour Visits Union Market — A new pop-up from Facebook lets locals try on Samsung’s Gear VR headset. The tour will run outside of Union Market from 11 a.m. until 8 p.m., through Saturday. [DCist]

Is D.C. Real Estate in the Twilight Zone? — This $619,000 “fixer-upper” in Columbia Heights might be evidence we’re living in an alternate reality. [Washingtonian]


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