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New Owners Close On Air Rights Center, Development Ahead — MRP Realty and Rockpoint on Wednesday finalized a deal to buy the Air Rights Center, the office complex on Wisconsin Avenue and Montgomery Avenue downtown. The property includes a Pearl Street site approved for a 150,000-square-foot office building. [Washington Business Journal] Bruce Variety Closing Sunday, Could Be On The Move Soon — Bruce Variety is closing its longtime Bradley Shopping Center location on Sunday, but the wife of the owner said they're in negotiations to relocate to a nearby site in Bethesda. Blogger Robert Dyer said rumors point to the former Creative Parties Ltd. house on Woodmont Avenue, which Creative Parties left last month for more stability. [Bethesda Patch] [Robert Dyer @ Bethesda Row] B-CC Runner Wins Prestigious Award — Bethesda-Chevy Chase sophomore Caroline Beakes was named Gatorade's Maryland Girls Cross Country Runner of the Year after winning the Class 4A individual state title. She's the first to win the award from B-CC. [Gatorade] Flickr photo by atorphoto

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