How the A-Frame House Took Over Social Media [The Ringer] We’re getting closer and closer to a singularity where millennials and dads like all the same stuff.
These Transportation Projects Could Change How You Get Around DC [Washingtonian] Seriously, we are YEARS overdue to bar all traffic from 18th Street in Adams Morgan.
Are Soccer Arenas The Next Big Urban Ripoff? [Citylab] On one hand, stadiums are, yes, huge ripoffs. On the other hand, soccer might be the bitcoin of sports; with most parents yanking their kids out of football, added to the fact that girls AND boys can play soccer, it seems like a massive growth market.
Fairfax Will Let You Live In a Historic Home If You Renovate It [NBC4] Living rent-free in Fairfax is like winning free Domino’s pizza for a year; you’re going to save a lot of money, but that doesn’t mean it’s good for you. That being said, sign me up.
An $80 Million Townhouse Just Sold In Manhattan [New York Post] It was originally listed at $114 million, then $90 million; I had my checkbook ready in case it came all the way down to $7000.
Real Estate Crowdfunding Is Getting Weird [Curbed] Crowdfunding means that you could profit from a building that you can’t actually afford to live in. It’s like you’re gentrifying yourself.