Friday, August 31, 2012

Morning Real Estate Review

Group files to stop Georgia Avenue Wal-Mart (Washington Business Journal)  Builders are expected to start construction of the site within weeks, but opponents have asked the Board of Zoning Adjustment to reverse the building permits issued earlier this year.

NIH signs 10 year lease in Bethesda (Washington Business Journal) The GSA has signed a lease renewing the NIH's Democracy Plaza lease of 365,000 s.f.

Contracts for commercial construction way up in NOVA (Virginia Business)  Contracts for future construction surrounding DC on a 22% increase over July of 2011.

District picks Akridge-Argos group to develop Stevens School site (Washington Post) Gray's selected team will build a 10-story office building behind the school with ground floor retail.


Anonymous said...

"Group files to stop Georgia Avenue Wal-Mart "

Great, another tiny group of useless fanatics who think they're doing something of benefit for the actual residents but really just showing their commitment to vacant lots and wasting other people's time and money. Why should this even be entertained?

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