The Week in Real Estate

A round-up of real-estate news and gossip.

• Howard University is looking for developers to take on a mixed-use project, Howard Town Center, at the corner of V Street and Georgia Avenue in Northwest DC. In addition to retail space, the project would house 300 rental units. [WBJ]

• A renovated rowhouse in Columbia Heights was recently featured on Apartment Therapy’s web site. [Apartment Therapy via Prince of Petworth] For a closer look at the process of renovating a home in Columbia Heights, check out our weekly feature, Diary of a Fixer-Upper.

• An office tower on Moore Street that promises more than 11,000 square feet of retail space is set to become the latest addition to Rosslyn’s skyline. DC Metrocentric has a picture of the design. [DC Metrocentric]

• A proposal aimed at limiting residential development in downtown Falls Church was rejected by the city’s voters. [WBJ]

• A condominium project set for Takoma Park (just two blocks from Metro) is now going rental. [DC Mud]

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