2016 is here, and there is a lot to get excited for when it comes to Washington, D.C. real estate. To help you know what to expect, Curbed listed the top 11 developments that are expected to deliver this year. Last year, Curbed listed the top 10 biggest and coolest projects to look forward to for the year 2015. While quite a few of these projects had delivery dates slated for that year, many were pushed forward, including the H Street streetcar and Dupont Underground. With new deadlines, both developments have been relisted as two of the most exciting developments soon to complete in Washington, D.C. The developments are not listed in any particular order. If there were any projects left off of this list that you feel deserve to be included, be sure to let us know in the comments.
A few developments that were left off of this list that are definitely worth looking forward to, but won't complete in 2016, include: the Hine School development; Museum of Science Fiction; the potential bullet train connecting Washington, D.C. and Baltimore; D.C. United Stadium; International Spy Museum; Bible Museum; RFK Stadium; D.C.'s first elevated park; Brookland Manor; Capitol Crossing; Frank Gehry's Eisenhower Memorial; the McMillan project; Grimke School's redevelopment; and the revitalization of Old Town Alexandria's waterfront.
↑ 11. H Street Streetcar Public Opening
· The Top 10 Biggest Developments to Watch Out for in 2015 [Curbed DC]
· D.C.'s Changes: 11 Projects to Watch in the Next 11 Months [Curbed DC]
· See the best Curbed posts of the year [Curbed DC]