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Groundbreaking planned for all-affordable housing project in Mount Vernon Triangle

The development will transform a parking lot into 100-plus units

D.C. gets another coliving development

In Adams Morgan, Ditto Residential opens its third such project

D.C. inspector general to review controversial fast-track permit program

The Velocity program has made money for the city but vexed some homeowners and lawmakers

Gas station in underdeveloped corner of NoMa could become ‘prominent’ building

An intersection targeted for growth may finally be transformed

D.C. gets its first-ever affordable housing site with specific units for ‘grandfamilies’

The project is centrally located in Mount Vernon Triangle

Entertainment and Sports Arena to open at the St. Elizabeths East Campus this month

It will host Mystics games, Wizards practices, concerts, and community events

Map: Nearly all of D.C.’s new affordable housing is being developed east of Rock Creek Park

And few homes have been affordable to "extremely low-income" families, according to a new analysis

Dupont Circle Business Improvement District to begin operations in October

The group named its first-ever executive director this week

D.C. forces work to halt on historic Franklin School redevelopment after alleged damage

Officials and preservationists visited the site last week to assess the situation

New D.C. General replacement shelter to début in Northwest this month

The shelter will be located in Brightwood Park and house 45 families

Historic Franklin School redevelopment

Historic Franklin School redevelopment draws scrutiny from D.C. officials, preservationists

Workers reportedly damaged the interior of the building, which is set to become a museum

Homeless advocates plan another protest against D.C. General demolition on Friday

They want families to be safely relocated from the shelter before work continues

See the latest renderings for the first piece of the RFK Stadium site redevelopment

Three new artificial turf fields will be completed next spring

D.C. mayor tells Washington NFL team to come ‘home’ at team luncheon

Still unclear is where the team would play were they to return

D.C.’s Barry Farm public housing complex contains significant lead, inspection finds

The tenants received letters about the findings last week

D.C. will break ground on part of the RFK Stadium campus redevelopment this week

New recreational fields are coming to the site next spring

New D.C. hotel geared toward activists and artists will have a selective coworking space

A special committee will vet and choose Eaton House members

City advances plans to demolish another building on the D.C. General campus

The move comes as homeless families are still living at the shelter

D.C. General homeless shelter closure

D.C. seeks maintenance services for new family homeless shelters

Three new facilities are scheduled to open this fall

D.C.’s newest historic district: Bloomingdale

Officials granted the Northwest neighborhood historic status in late July

Vacant D.C.-owned properties in Southeast could become affordable housing

The city is soliciting development proposals for seven sites

New K Street hotel opening in September promises ‘ethical sustainable bohemian comfort’

Rooms at Eaton DC will start at $199 a night

D.C. resets Barry Farm redevelopment after unfavorable court decision

The long-standing project in Southeast hits a major snag as the property continues to deteriorate

Report: D.C. makes big bucks in first year of accelerated building-permit program

But the program, called Velocity, has caused consternation for homeowners and small businesses

A battle emerges over a storage facility planned in Southeast

Residents and a real estate company box over the future of a site in Fairlawn

Metro and developer scrap mixed-use project next to Fort Totten station

The project was to transform a parking lot into residences and retail

Trump reportedly wants to keep the FBI HQ in D.C. and oversee its redevelopment

He refers to it as "one of the ugliest buildings in the city"

D.C. to determine whether Adams Morgan hotel deserves $46M tax break

The Line Hotel received its final occupancy permit last week, clearing the way for an audit of its jobs numbers

D.C. buildings department touts illegal construction ‘blitz’ in Northwest

The agency says it recently dealt out more than 20 stop-work orders

Construction will start soon to turn this Domino’s in Georgetown into condos

The project will only span four units

The Westlight condominium project in the West End is complete

See new photos of the boutique amenities for Westlight, where residences range from $1.4M to $4.5M

A hotel will pop up in this new NoMa luxury apartment

WhyHotel temporarily rents out residential buildings with short-term guests

Mayor Bowser cuts the ribbon on D.C. United’s new Audi Field

The first game in the 20,000-seat stadium is on Saturday

A Dupont Circle church’s redevelopment project is set to move forward

The project stalled this spring

A lawsuit is contesting Poplar Point’s new Columbian Quarter development

It’s one of D.C.’s proposed Amazon H2 sites

More retail and residential units are headed to Old Town Alexandria

Housing could come to city-owned parking lots

The U.S. Naval Observatory wants to build a new home for its master clock

This will be a $101 million upgrade