Morning Rundown

by Sean Meehan October 28, 2015 at 10:00 am 0

Rain, umbrellas near the Eastern Market Metro station, March 20, 2015

Developer Planning 380 Apartments at Site of Navy Yard McDonald’s — A development company has filed plans to build a 380-unit apartment building on the corner of South Capitol and I streets SE, the current home of a McDonald’s. [JDLand]

Police Chief Lanier Promises Crime Crack Down on Capitol Hill — At a community meeting on crime in the Capitol Hill area, Metropolitan Police Chief Cathy Lanier said that police will be more active in the area to combat rising crime. [NBC Washington]

Museum of the Bible Under Investigation for Illegally Importing Ancient Tablets — U.S. Customs agents are investigating the owners of the future Museum of the Bible in Southwest for illegally importing ancient artifacts from Iraq. [DCist]

Frager’s Signs Deal to Return to Former Location Along With 40 Condos — Frager’s Hardware signed a deal to return to its former property at 1111 Pennsylvania Ave. SE as part of a development that will include 40 to 50 condos. [Hill Now]


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