D.C. appeals $32M verdict in Buzzard Point eminent domain case


D.C. Attorney General Karl Racine has challenged the $32 million verdict a Superior Court jury ordered D.C. to pay Akridge for part of the site of D.C. United's new soccer stadium.

The city wants the court to vacate the jury assessment because it was not allowed to tell the panel about a tax appeal filed by the D.C. developer in 2010 that valued the roughly 2-acre Buzzard Point site at $7.2 million.

That figure is significantly less than the $16 million Akridge paid for the property in 2005 and…

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