The Queen of Apostles Building at 13th and Randolph Sts. NE has been sold by the Society of African Mission Fathers to Howard University, which plans to use it for School of Religion offices and classrooms.
HUD has agreed out of court to house some 500 low-income families in the Chicago area as an expansion of an agreement, reached there a year ago, under which public housing residents or those on waiting lists receive housing relief on a metropolitan-wide basis. The new agreement is similar to one that came about as a result of the Supreme Court decision in the Gautraux case last year, HUD said. The agreement will continue a demonstration program making use of Section 8 rental assistance payments.
Mortgage servicing contracts of Bogley, Harting, Mohoney & Lebling, Inc., a Washington area Mortatgage banking firm, have been taken over by a new firm, Bogley, Harting & Reese, Inc., which is headed by Dale L. Reese, who had been operating an affiliate of the former BMHL firm in Upper Darby, Pa. Reese has named three new vice presidents for the new firm which is based in Rockville: Fred Farmer, sales and promotion; Paul H. Mylander, income property, and E. Hart Schuette, marketing.
Fairfax County builder C. Carr Apple, a partner in A & B Development Co., has been elected president of the Home Owners Registration Corp. of Northern Virginia, which administers the home buyer waranty program for that group. Other officers are Murray Weinberg, G. William Detty, Bruce Magazine and Kenneth L. Crove.
J. Denis O'Toole, 32, has been promoted to head the legislative and lobbying activities of 89,000 member National Association of Home Builders. He succeeds Carl A. S. Coan, Jr., as NAHB staff vice president for governmental affairs and legislative counsel. O'Toole has been on the NAHB legislative staff since 1973. Earlier he was a litigation attorney with the Department of Housing and Urban Development.
Richard A. Sullivan, who joined U.S. Home-Page Corp., an area building firm, in 1971 as controller and who recently had been excutive vice president, has been named president of the firm, succeeding Herman I. Porten. Sullivan is a certified public accountant who graduated from the University of Maryland.
The District of Columbia Development Corp., headed by Joseph D. Jackson, is building 20 town houses on the site of a former laundry at 11th Place and Raum Street NE near Gallaudet College. Called Trinidad II, the project has three-and four-bedroom dwellings.
Kenneth L. Marks, a specialist in industrial real estate and a vice president with the Carey Winston Co., has been elected to membership in the Society of Industrial Realtors of the National Association of Realtors. Marks, 32, says he is the youngest member of SIR.