Monday, December 12, 2011

Morning Real Estate Review


Senate committee backs FBI consolidation (Washington Post) The Federal Bureau of Investigation moved a step closer to moving its headquarters out of the J. Edgar Hoover Building and consolidating its Washington-area facilities elsewhere.

DC housing still leads the nation
(Business Journal) Median prices in DC were up 4.5% over last quarter.

Arlington, D.C. rate high for public parks (Washington Business Journal) D.C. was second with 19 percent of all land area (7,464 acres) devoted to parks.

Florida Rock Headed Back to Zoning Commission With Changes (JDLand) This is going to be a lengthy process, with hearings at the Zoning Commission, reports from the Office of Planning and others.

Jair Lynch acquires apartment portfolio (Affordable Housing Finance) DC based developer acquires 482 units with plans to improve and stabilize the properties.

Washington D.C. real estate development news

0 comments:

 

DCmud - The Urban Real Estate Digest of Washington DC Copyright © 2008 Black Brown Pop Template by Ipiet's Blogger Template