Monday, October 31, 2011

Morning Real Estate Review


Starting Over at Tenleytown Safeway (Washington City Paper) The new team behind a proposed mixed-use project over the squat Safeway on 42nd and Ellicott Streets NW was preemptively cautious at a get-to-know-you session with neighbors.

Report: Area to add 1 million jobs by 2030 (Washington Examiner) A study released by George Mason University's Center for Regional Analysis looked at predicted job growth for the region and showed that local governments will need to change the ways they now deal with housing.

Investors Raising Cash to Buy Government Foreclosures (CNBC) Contracts to buy existing homes fell in September, according to a new report from the National Association of Realtors, and the culprit is confidence.

2 comments:

Anonymous said...

I haven't read the report, but doesn't it make sense that a higher and higher percentage of jobs will be done via telecommuting and therefore mitigating the need for increased infrastructure? I feel like giant office buildings are going to be a hilarious to people 50 years from now.

Anonymous said...

Which happens first: Tenleytown Safeway or Cleveland Park Giant?

 

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