Morning Notes

Goldman Fund Buys Rosslyn Buildings–A real estate private equity fund run by Goldman Sachs has agreed to buy 10 office buildings in Rosslyn from Lehman Brothers Holdings Inc.  The sale is viewed as the sign of an uptick in commercial real estate values in the area. [Wall Street Journal]

Power Pilot Program–Dominion Virginia Power plans to launch a pilot program in the fall to give discounts to electric vehicle owners who charge up during off-peak hours. [Washington Post]

Job Fair–The soon-to-open American Tap Room in Clarendon is holding a job fair.  The restaurant is advertising on the spot hiring for qualified candidates in all positions from bussers to managers. Bring ID and employment documents to the auditorium at 2100 Washington Blvd. from 10am-4pm.

Recent Stories

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