Monday, March 26, 2012

Morning Real Estate Review


DC bill would change value of property seized by eminent domain (Washington Post) Bill allows booted owners to use tax assessment to help determine property value.

Mayor Gray fails a neighborhood (Hill is Home) In a neighborhood presentation on Reservation 13, Gray fails a test of leadership and irks a neighborhood waiting for redevelopment.

Donohoe Building in SW slated for default (CityBiz) 400 6th St., SW, currently owned by a Kuwaiti-based real estate advisory service and leased to the District government, is near a default.

D.C. cancels search for firm to overhaul property tax system (Business Journal) The search for a firm to modernize the property tax system has been called off, after identifying a firm led by Jeffrey Thompson.

A bit more construction on N. Capitol Street in NoMa (Washington Post) 500 N. Capitol is being renovated and glassed, with a law firm scheduled to anchor the building.

3 comments:

Anonymous said...

500 N Capitol St. is located south of Massachusetts Avenue. NoMA is (by definition) north of Massachusetts Avenue. 500 N Capitol St. is not in NoMA.

Scotty said...

The Hill story is accurate, Gray's performance was an abomination.

IMGoph on Apr 17, 2012, 4:58:00 PM said...

Ken: What Anonymous said - that's not NoMa.

 

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