Wednesday, November 23, 2011

Morning Real Estate Review


More on the Fourth Venture in Columbia Heights (Washingtonian) Tryst owner's new venture, a 24/7 bar-and-coffeeshop hybrid, occupies 7,000 s.f. at 11th and Monroe, and will open this coming spring.

D.C.'s hottest housing markets (Washington Business Journal) Neighborhoods that saw sales price gains compared to a year ago included Anacostia, Hillcrest, Capitol Hill Northeast, Chevy Chase, Penn Quarter, Shaw and Sheppard Park.

The Yards DC Virtual Tour (DCist) Developers released the latest computer renderings of the complete plans for the development, which will include 2,800 units of housing, 1.8 million s.f. of office space and 400,000 s.f. of retail space.

Yes! Organic Market Signs Lease on Capitol Hill (CityBiz) J Street Companies has signed Yes! Organic Market to a 10-year, 4,155-s.f. retail lease at 801 Pennsylvania Avenue, SE on Capitol Hill.

Real estate could be part of DC's resurgence
(Washington Informer) Tech and real estate poised to help make boomtown.

Washington D.C. real estate development news

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