Friday, December 02, 2011

Morning Real Estate Review

Partners envision condos at GSA heating plant site (Georgetown Current) As developers begin eying Georgetown’s two-acre West Heating Plant site — which the federal government listed as excess last month — one team has announced its concept to convert the property into an 80-unit luxury condominium and public park.

Clearer Pictures of How the Streetcar May End, For Now (City Paper) The alternatives have narrowed to two, with stopping at F Street and going to the top of the H Street Bridge still in contention, while going up to the New York Avenue Metro stop is off the table.

Loudoun County will pursue FBI headquarters (Washington Business Journal) Loudoun County officials say they are eager to market the country for a relocation of the FBI's headquarters


Anonymous said...

How about 160 affordable or work force houses in Georgetown instead of 80 luxury residences.

Erin said...

Yes, let's try to subsidize people to live in the most expensive part of the city, its a good use of taxpayer dollars. God forbid less affluent people have to live in cheaper neighborhoods - just like I do - at someone else's expense.

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