From the November 2010 edition of the Glover Park Gazette:
At 2136 Wisconsin Avenue—the blocky tan apartment house formerly known as The Vixen and Wisconsin Overlook—a caretaker has taken up residence, at least part-time. The uncompleted building has been vacant and for sale since its former tenant was evicted last spring, but lately neighbors have been noticing a car parked there overnight. “There are no tenants or squatters,” says Steve Loewy, an attorney for the owner, Mid-Atlantic Federal Credit Union. “The only person ‘living’ in the property is someone who is simply watching the property to keep it free from vandalism and squatters.”
Meanwhile, former tenant Tyrone Green, who held multiple paid, open-bar parties at the property last year, is still facing one misdemeanor charge of selling alcohol without a license. Though his case was dismissed in July because the prosecutor had a scheduling conflict, the Office of the Attorney General immediately re-filed the charges. Green’s arraignment in the revived case is scheduled for November 3, but a summons sent to him in September was returned as undeliverable.