Monday, January 16, 2012

Morning Real Estate Review


PG County and Fairfax County bid for FBI building (Federal Times) Senate committee authorizing the GSA to relocate FBI sparks competition among job-seeking counties.

DC's office market one of the most expensive, but high on the vacancy list (Crain's NY) Washington D.C. office vacancy hits 11.9%,

Grey nominates newbie to BZA (CityPaper) Rashida MacMurray named to zoning board.

WC Smith announces 880 New Jersey Ave in southeast DC (JD Land) The Park Chelsea, with 433 units, is expected to get underway the first half of the year and is the beginning of a projected 1200 residential units on the site.

1 comments:

Dylanarman on Jan 16, 2012, 8:27:00 AM said...

The Spring Branch actual estate market is known for being filled with pretty luxury homes.

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