The Week in Real Estate
A round-up of real-estate news and gossip.
• Speaking of Columbia Pike: Plans for the construction of Penrose Square, the largest mixed-use development project approved for this Arlington area, include a community plaza that would feature a performance space and, potentially, an ice-skating rink. [DC Metrocentric]
• DCmud has the scoop on the Canterbury, a development on 704 Third Street, NW, that will preserve a historic brick building and add a ten-story structure beside it. The project will be LEED-certified. [DC MUD]
• Prince of Petworth spots another million-dollar home up for grabs in DC’s Columbia Heights as part of the blog’s Good Deal or Not feature. What do you think? [PoP]
• In response to the construction accidents in New York City, the District’s Department of Consumer and Regulatory affairs is inspecting construction sites with cranes. [DC Metrocentric]