Borderstan Brief

by Tim Regan December 15, 2016 at 9:15 am 0

STOCK -- condos on 14th

BZA Decision Over Basements Could Mean Less Housing — An upcoming Board of Zoning Adjustment decision regarding the legal definition of a “basement” versus a “cellar” could mean fewer apartments and less affordable housing going forward. [Greater Greater Washington]

Writer Embarks on Sober ‘Jumbo Slice Pizza Crawl’ — Sure, those giant slices of pizza taste great after some drinks, but how do they taste when you’re sober? One intrepid local writer visited three jumbo slice eateries in Adams Morgan to find out. [Eater D.C.]

Meet the Man Behind Many of D.C.’s Viral Campaigns — His name is Erick Sanchez, and he’s behind many of the buzzy local stories that you might read online. To date, Sanchez has organized anti-Trump rallies, helped draw crowds to Comet Pizza and gotten hundreds of people to thank Joe Biden near the vice president’s home [Washingtonian]

Long-Vacant NoMa Building Finds Second Tenant — The D.C. government plans to lease 168,101 square feet in the 12-story building at 1050 First St. NE. [Washington Business Journal]


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