Monday, October 10, 2011

Morning Real Estate Review


Lehman sues Goldman over failed $1.3 billion Rosslyn real estate deal (Washington Post) On Aug. 16, Lehman Bros. and Goldman Sachs agreed to terms on a $1.3 billion real estate deal for a majority stake in 3 million square feet of Arlington County office buildings. Last week, just two days before the deal was to close, Goldman pulled out...

Purple Line gets federal OK to take next step (Washington Examiner) The Purple Line jumped one more administrative hurdle on Friday, winning approval from federal authorities to start preliminary engineering of the proposed light rail line...

Sometimes New Housing Is Old Housing (Washington City Paper) W.C. Smith to renovate 407-unit rental in Trinidad; the developer bought the lot for $12.5 million in early September and plan to start renovations next spring...

Eisenhower family calls for timeout in approval of memorial (Washington Post) The controversy, both in the Eisenhower family and in the public, comes as Gehry’s concept for a memorial to the 34th president has been focused on what he calls “the barefoot boy” from Kansas...

1 comments:

IMGoph on Oct 10, 2011, 11:25:00 PM said...

Kelly: That 407-unit complex is not in Trinidad. It's in Carver Langston. I know the tax records say "Trinidad," but that's just their generalized "neighborhoods" to allow for sorting and grouping of places.

 

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