Tuesday, November 01, 2011

Morning Real Estate Review


Prospect of more Wal-Marts sparks debate in Montgomery County (Washington Post) Plans to bring the retailer to Rockville Pike and Aspen Hill and to expand its store in Germantown have resurrected debate over the chain’s place in a county that has long seen itself as a beacon of progressive politics

Ben’s Chili Bowl Buys on H Street (Washington City Paper) Butler's store at 10th and H Street, NE, had been on the market for $1.4 million, but Nizam and Kamal Ali bargained him down to $900,000; the deal closed on October 11.

GAO to hold hearings on HHS lease in Rockville (Washington Business Journal) Federal watchdogs are slated to call several high-ranking officials from the government’s real estate arm to testify Tuesday over their decision to lease space for the Department of Health and Human Services in Rockville

1 comments:

Anonymous said...

Bens! That is great news for H St NE. I would consider Ben a recognizable anchor tenet for people that are unfamiliar with H St NE.

 

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