Monday, November 07, 2011

Morning Real Estate Review

Rockrose reaches deal for 1776 Eye St. NW (Washington Business Journal) New York-based Rockrose Development Corp. has reached a deal to buy a downtown office tower near the White House for in excess of $100 million.

GSA’s grand green building experiment is cut short (Washington Post) Head of the Public Buildings Service at the General Services Administration wanted to see the GSA topple all the long-held criticisms of government office buildings. That they are dull and block-like.

Initial plans approved for Museum of African American History (Washington Examiner) The National Capital Planning Commission has approved preliminary site and building plans for the National Museum of African American History and Culture.


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