Borderstan Brief

by Andrew Ramonas December 22, 2016 at 9:45 am 0

Street art in Adams Morgan

Post Examines Columbia Heights Convict’s Path to PrisonThe Washington Post profiles a 24-year-old Columbia Heights man who ended up with a 22-year sentence after a murder conviction. [Washington Post]

Locals Fight Truxton Circle Co-Living Space — The Richardson Place Neighborhood Association is trying to prevent the construction of a co-living space at 410-412 Richardson Place NW. [Washington City Paper]

New TV Show to Follow Columbia Heights Real Estate Firm — HGTV at noon today is set to debut “D.C. Flippers,” which follows DC Home Buzz owners Ati and Rob Williams. [NBC Washington]

Condo, Apartment Owners to Join Downtown D.C. BID — The D.C. Council has approved legislation that will make condo associations and apartment building owners members of the Downtown D.C. BID. [Washington Business Journal]


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