Breakfast links: Complicated planning
Salvage yard could stall stadium: A salvage yard stands in the way of the deal to bring a soccer stadium to Buzzard Point. The city has yet to contact the employee-owned business to negotiate a deal, which could be expensive. (WAMU)
No amphitheater for Chuck Brown Park: Plans for the redeveloped Chuck Brown Park in the Langdon neighborhood will not contain an amphitheater, due to concerns from neighbors about noise. (City Paper)
No sports complex at Hensley: A plans for a sports complex at Alexandria's Hensley Park is dead because a decades-old agreement would require rebuilding the park somewhere else. (WBJ)
CaBi in demand: As Capital Bikeshare gains popularity, the service struggles to meet the increasing demand for bikes. The system moves 1,000 bikes daily to accommodate demand, up from just 300 bikes a day when the service began. (Patch)
Houses go fast: DC ranks fifth across the country for home sales, with four in ten properties going under contract within two weeks. DC's housing market also ranks number one in "flash" sales taking less than 24 hours. (WBJ)
PG could get first dibs on rentals: A bill could give Prince George's County first right of refusal when property owners choose to sell rental properties of at least 20 units. Proponents say this will allow the county to better protect tenant's rights. (Gazette)
Wonder how Wonder Bread factory looks?: The Wonder Bread factory office and retail project is nearing completion. The property was vacant for twenty years, but will be home to office and retail space. (Urban Turf)Have a tip for the links? Submit it here.
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