Tuesday, October 18, 2011

Morning Real Estate Review


George Mason looking to expand to Tysons (Washington Post) The scoop from Alan Merten, president of George Mason University

Arlington tries to preserve "historic" properties (Washington Examiner) But by classifying anything more than 50 years old as historic, the county now has a deluge of post-war property protected from demolition.

$1.2 billion in new projects underway in Washington D.C. (Meetings and Conventions) Numerous development projects in the city, lead by the convention center hotel, create a big investment in the District.

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