Borderstan Brief

by Andrew Ramonas December 7, 2016 at 9:10 am 0

Public art in NoMa

Apple to Open Store in Carnegie Library — Apple has struck a deal to open a store in the Carnegie Library at Mount Vernon Square. [Washington Business Journal]

D.C. Paid Family Leave Bill Clears Hurdle — The D.C. Council yesterday advanced legislation that would allow workers with newborn or adopted kids to take two months of paid time off through the creation of about $250 million per year in new taxes on local businesses. A final vote on the bill is set for Dec. 20. [Washington Post]

Dupont’s DGS Deli Team to Open H Street Bar Called ‘Hill Prince’ — The bar that DGS Delicatessen owners co-owners Nick and David Wiseman are opening at 1337 H St. NE will go by “Hill Prince.” It’s set to begin serving customers in January. [Washingtonian]

GGW Contributors Weigh In on Preserving ‘Historic Gas Station’ in Dupont — Greater Greater Washington contributors had mixed reactions on whether a “historic gas station” at 2200 P St. NW should interfere with news housing in Dupont Circle. [Greater Greater Washington]


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