Tuesday, November 22, 2011

Morning Real Estate Review


A New Vision for D.C.'s Abandoned Streetcar Tunnels (The Atlantic) The debacle that was Dupont Down Under didn't leave much of an appetite among city officials for jumping into another ill-conceived development plan. And so it was that these tunnels, located smack in the middle of one of the District's prime neighborhoods, continued to lay fallow.

Old Naval Hospital Reopens as Hill Center
(DCist) That building, which was born as the Old Naval Hospital in 1864, is now formally the Hill Center at the Old Naval Hospital, a new community center only blocks away from Eastern Market.

Deal between GSA and Metro could shape FBI’s future (Washington Post) Peck said the two agencies are working on a memorandum of understanding that could allow the GSA to acquire sites from Metro and then seek development partners.

After the fall, Victor MacFarlane's real estate empire is making a comeback
(Washington Post) Owning land with JBG, Monument and Jair Lynch, the real estate mogul has long-term sites on the District.

Washington D.C. real estate development news

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