From the December 2009 Glover Park Gazette:
Everybody’s favorite unlicensed nightclub has been rather quiet lately. Ownership of the foreclosed apartment house at 2136 Wisconsin—known as Wisconsin Overlook and The Vixen, among other things—passed to its mortgage holder, Mid-Atlantic Federal Credit Union, in mid-November. But tenant Tyrone Green, the host of a string of loud, all-night events at the property this year, remained ensconced. According to D.C.’s tenant protection laws, the new owner of a foreclosed property is required to negotiate a fair market rent with any tenants; renters cannot be evicted without cause.
Attorney Steve Loewy, who represents Mid-Atlantic, says the credit union plans to sell the building. True, there were no bidders at an October foreclosure auction, but Loewy says that’s because potential buyers were not allowed to examine the property beforehand.