Breakfast links: Where the headquarters go
Photo by Elvert Barnes on Flickr.
Police HQ swap for DCU stadium?:
A potential DC United stadium deal could have DC give Akridge its aging police HQ
on Indiana Avenue, in exchange for Akridge's Buzzard Point land and Akridge building a new police HQ on city land. (WBJ)
Post wants "cheap" HQ, handouts:
Washington Post publisher Katharine Weymouth wants to find a "cheap" place
for their new headquarters, near the Capitol and courthouses. It could be DC or Virginia, and she hopes governments woo the paper with money. (City Paper)
The housing action is in cities:
Single-family house prices will not rise much over 10 years
, predicts housing index cofounder Robert Shiller. Most growth is in multifamily housing, since more people want to rent and live in walkable places. (Yahoo)
Single unemployed people don't buy homes:
Other possible reasons fewer people are buying houses
: young Americans are getting married later and are more likely to be unemployed. (UrbanTurf)
McAuliffe backs ethics panel:
Virginia Democratic gubernatorial nominee Terry McAuliffe, has called for an independent state ethics panel
. The FBI is looking at gifts given to Governor Bob McDonnell. Ken Cuccinelli, the Republican nominee, received gifts from the same donor and opposes an ethics panel or a gift ban. (Post)
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