Design & Home

The Week in Real Estate

• Details continue to emerge about the $9 million mortgage fraud in Fairfax County. [WaPo]

• There’s talk of a sale of The Dumont, a 500-unit condo on 4th Street and Massachusetts Avenue. It was seized by banks earlier this year after failing to sell enough units to satisfy lenders. [UrbanTurf]

• Curious about the whereabouts of your favorite local celebrities and politicians? There’s now a map that makes stalking them super easy! [Georgetowner via Georgetown Metropolitan]

• A virtual tour of Georgetown University’s new $82.5 million business-school building. [DCMetrocentric]

• Howard University has selected a developer for its town center, which will feature apartments, retail and office space, and a grocery store. [WBJ]

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