Tuesday, April 10, 2012

Morning Real Estate Review


"Tiny House" community plans kick off in Washington D.C. (Digital Journal) The minimalist homes, with floorplans starting at 99 s.f., hopes to attract adherents to its movement in the DC area.

Howard Theater reopens in Shaw (Washington Times) After years of planning and construction, the historic theater once again opened its doors to the public.

New home sales drop by 14% (Washington Times) A 14% drop from 2010 to 2011 in new home sales is a sign of the economy and the scarcity of land to build new homes.

UIP contracts for another southwest apartment project and faces another tenant purchase bid (CityPaper) The property owner-manager puts the 488-unit Capitol Park Tower under contract and girds for a battle with tenants.

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