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The Week in Real Estate
A weekly roundup of real-estate news and gossip. By Alejandro Salinas
Comments () | Published April 21, 2008
• About $900,000 worth of grants are being allocated to the preservation of historic homes in Anacostia. [DC Metrocentric]

• The former site of Bob & Edith’s restaurant in Arlington might soon make room for an apartment building with ground-level retail space. [WBJ]

• The District’s property on the corner of Seventh Street and Rhode Island Avenue, NW, is set to house a mixed-use development with retail space and more than 100 apartment units. [DC Metrocentric ]

• New condo The Floridian’s choice of color is causing some strong reactions from neighbors. [PoP]

• Poll finds only 11 percent of Americans are currently looking to buy homes. [WBJ]

• Though still in the early stages, plans to bring a 10-story mixed-use development to U Street are being discussed. The development would replace the strip mall currently housing Rite Aid and Dollar Store. [DC Mudd]

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