Wednesday, October 19, 2011

Morning Real Estate Review


New Third Church Almost Ready For Its Closeup (Washington City Paper) The building at 900 16th Street has been designed in a classical style by architect Robert A.M. Stern.

Gaylord National Resort beefs up outdoor venue
(Washington Business Journal) RiverView Terrace will replace an existing outdoor reception area now called Colonial Gardens. The 15,000-square-foot space will open in spring of 2012.

As Rival REITs Weigh Public Funding, Shellpoint Stays Private (Wall Street Journal) Shellpoint Partners, the company funded by mortgage-bond pioneer Lewis Ranieri, was "fortunate" to have private funding, especially as other potential mortgage investors see increased difficulty in tapping the public markets

Avison Young nabs $40 million for D.C. growth (Washington Business Journal) CEO Mark Rose has big plans for the Washington region with the cash infusion from British Columbia-based Tricor Pacific Capital Inc.

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