Friday, August 26, 2005

Life after Walter Reed

The big question on Walter Reed is what the Feds will do with the property. If they hand it over to D.C. there are some great possiblities for it. But if they they keep it as some closed off office area, then nothing much will changeee in that area.

"By the same token, one could imagine a more favorable outcome:One in which Walter Reed becomes one of the most desirable, mixed-race neighborhoods in the city, finally spurring the retail development that has eluded Georgia Avenue for decades." Base Closings Are An Open Door

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