Tuesday, March 06, 2012

Morning Real Estate Review


Shooshan Cos. plans March groundbreaking for 17-story apartment in Ballston (Wash Biz Journal) The Arlington-based developer will add The Place, a 257-unit rental building to Founders Square.

Greystar now has financing for a 25-story residential tower in Tysons (Washington Post) 400-unit residential tower near the Tysons West Metro station marks the uncertain beginning of residential in the office district.

Proposal targets federal leasing of office space (Washington Post) New proposals that target excess federal leases could have an effect on the DC market.

2001 M Street gears up for expensive retrofit (CityPaper) In a sign of a strong office market, yet another owner decides to knock down a decent building to make it better.

ULI's MLK Library report: Add 2 more stories (DC Public Library) The full report of a recent recommendation - by a group of Californians - is now available, showing the details of a recommendation to add more floors to the maligned library.

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