JBG Smith has filed plans to remake 2.6 million square feet of space.
An official task force says such redevelopments generally aren’t feasible.
The purchaser plans to add a museum dedicated to the Nixon-era event.
The D.C. area comes in fourth for walkable urbanism
Mayor Bowser says she will reintroduce a tax-increment financing bill in June
The tech giant and developer JBG Smith want to build two 22-story office towers at the Metropolitan Park site
Some were highs, others were lows. And WeWork is now the District’s largest private office tenant
EAB and Chemonics International plan to move their headquarters to other locations in the city
The urban enclave checks off a lot of boxes for the company
A special committee will vet and choose Eaton House members
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This will be the second location in the neighborhood.
Expect a business club, on-site restaurants, and more.
Prices for an office runs from $850 per month up to $11,700 per month.
Before construction began, the structure had been vacant from December 2015 through May 2017 when groundbreaking began.
The startup was founded by students at Georgetown University.
NAB will relocate by 2019 or 2020.
Watch out for "retreat zones."
This will be the first Mindspace location in the nation’s capital.
This new location comes with over 30,000 square feet of space and amenities like a fitness center and a fully stocked kitchen.
Over 3.7 million square feet is expected.
The coworking space, located at 1101 Wilson Boulevard, features 303 desks across 37,000 square feet.
Tenants include the Smithsonian Institution, Accenture, and the Federal Aviation Administration.
This will be the company’s third location in the D.C. area
The new building, known as The Oxford, will offer retail and 195 units.
That’s more office space than Los Angeles, Houston, and Austin are adding this year
The third quarter of 2017 recorded a $538 average price per square foot.
Spaces will feature 22,000 square feet of office space, event space, a gym, and an outdoor patio.
With two bedrooms, this Adams Morgan can be used as commercial, residential, or mixed use.
On the edge of Howard University’s campus, there stands the nation’s first affordable co-working incubator focused on diversity and inclusion.
One of the six buildings in the Watergate complex is being sold to Washington REIT.
There are over 70 co-working spaces in Washington, D.C., and next month, there will be a brand new one added to the mix, called Spaces Uline Arena.
When you think of an office building in Washington, D.C., what is the first image that pops in your mind? For most, it’s the Brutalist buildings that stand out with maybe a few exceptions like the Eisenhower Executive Office Building.
In the past 10 or so years, offices have been changing their look by opening their spaces, offering more amenities, and going green. The reason why is that technology in the workplace has evolved, and the workplace had to evolve with it to keep up.