Washington, D.C. is changing, and it's changing quickly. The city continues to grow in population and incorporate dense developments like The Wharf and Capitol Crossing. This isn’t your grandparents’ D.C. (it’s not even your parents’ one).
In order to keep up with all of the construction cranes, the Washington D.C. Economic Partnership compiled the city's top 10 residential projects, based on number of housing units. Expected completion dates are also included, with some projects set to deliver as soon as 2020. That’s welcome news for the D.C. area’s housing crunch and those hoping for a more dynamic city.Read More