Nobody Knows What NYC’s Underground Looks Like [Bloomberg] Mapping a city’s subterranean unknown would be terrifying. In almost every city that builds a new sewage or subway system, the old abandoned system becomes an underground city of mole people. Note that the District is almost finished with a new multi-million dollar water system.
A Dupont Circle Condo That Used to Be a Dentist’s Office [Urban Turf DC] If unfortunate accidents and untimely deaths can leave tortured ghosts behind, is a former dentist’s office haunted by anxious ghosts whining about how they want more nitrous? I wouldn’t chance it.
The District Has Lost Track of the Real Estate It Owns [Washington Post] Whether you think this is accidental or a variety of corruption depends on how cynical you are.
DC’s Best Blocks [WTOP] Living on a block with a good bar and a good coffee shop is the closest you’ll get to heaven on earth.
When a Neighbor Threatens to Sue Over Your Backyard Bamboo Garden [New York Times] Every time a baby boomer makes a joke about millennials and their avocado toast, a millennial should make a joke about these two homeowners and their court battle over a bamboo garden.