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More McMillan Complaints; Trump Tallk; 14W Prices

Missy Frederick is the Cities Director for Eater.

MCMILLAN PARK— The park has changed from a 3.4-acre park at the center of the site to a 6.2-acre park at the southern edge, but not everyone is happy. The new rendering is all about those sand towers playing like lilypads in the fountain. What do you think?

METRO CENTER—Trump says the new hotel in the old post office is going to be "a home run," "unrivaled," and "incredible." He promises a renovated atrium, presidential suites, and "fancier" retail and hinted that Tiffany & Co. might take up some space.

CLEVELAND PARK — Ever gotten the feeling that sometimes people design their abodes with films in mind? This spot on Woodley Road NW just went on the market for $2.4 million and has a bookshelf in a circular alcove in the ceiling.

COLUMBIA HEIGHTS— In the next few weeks, a used auto dealership at the corner of 14th Street NW and Florida Avenue NW will be torn out for an apartment development. Douglas Development, the people that brought DC windowless apartments, will build 30 apartments with ground floor retail.

U STREET— Want to know what it will cost to live in the upcoming 14W apartments? Prices are out, including the penthouse figure, which will run you $4,740/month.

CURBED U— Moving in the near future? Breath deeply and then read our guide to all things involving movers.

EVERYWHERE— GUYS! There is nowhere to park and it is like the city does not even care.