As Anon pointed out, DCist has started a “Shiloh Properties Watch” covering Shiloh’s compliance with the order to perform certain repairs to several (but unfortunately not all) of their vacant properties on 9th Street. . I’m sure DCist's coverage of the situation will be both entertaining and informative. . . and may even involve a happy hour.
If anyone missed it, Mayor Fenty weighed in this weekend on the Shiloh condemnation situation, urging that the properties be renovated as "fully operational townhomes."
The Washington Post also covered the story on Friday here.
Finally, Fox 5 did a piece on Friday night regarding Shiloh's poor stewardship of its real estate holdings, viewable here.
Shiloh owns several other vacant properties in Shaw in seemingly analogously poor conditions that are unaffected by last week's condemnation notices. Hopefully Shiloh’s entire portfolio of vacant property will be subject to similar measures of accountability soon. And hopefully all of this is getting the attention of the likes of Michael Sendar. . .