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The Week in Real Estate
Every Friday, we round up the week's real-estate news and gossip. By Alejandro Salinas
Comments () | Published August 28, 2009
• Looking for the mixed-use development promised by Monument Realty on Half Street near the ballpark? All you’ll find is a hole in the ground. [WBJ]

• Street car rails are being installed along H Street in Northeast, despite the city’s ban on overhead wires and the lack of details about the route. Also, the cars are still in the Czech Republic. [DCmud]

• The U.S. Secretaries of Energy, Education, and Labor will be visiting the Finishing School in Northeast this afternoon from 3 to 6. The school was selected by television show Extreme Makeover: Home Edition for a renovation. [Housing Complex]


• After several months of hiatus, renovations on condominium development Potomac Place Tower will resume.  [Urban Turf]

• The city’s Department of Housing and Community Development selected 10 projects it will finance with federal stimulus funds. [WBJ]

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