DC Development News
The city’s built environment is transforming with these megaprojects.
Well-connected developers are set to receive funds for providing affordable units.
City documents specify "selective demolition of underground cell structures."
They’re launching an "Equitable Development Project" for the avenue’s lower part.
The hospital could be moved to another location on the school’s campus.
A public meeting on a required environmental review is set for November 7.
Public comment on Comprehensive Plan reforms runs for the next few months.
The dual office towers will have ground-floor retail and rooftop decks.
Other parts of the Comprehensive Plan will be updated in the coming months.
Changes to the city’s Comprehensive Plan will have far-reaching implications.
Federal planning commissioners endorsed the memorial this week.
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 project is currently going through local planning review.
That’s according to an official survey the city conducted over the summer.
Officials will hold a meeting about the highly anticipated project next week.
That’s roughly 30 percent more than currently projected.
The project would create a new rail bridge, doubling the corridor’s capacity.
220,000 families are at particular risk of displacement from high housing prices.
Officials say the properties need at least $2.2 billion in deferred maintenance.
It’s the first expansion of the site since its dedication in 1971.
But it appears to be up in Arlington, where Amazon is putting its new headquarters.
The metro area ranks 52 out of 58 for ease of new development.
Urban planning officials are aiming to produce 36,000 new units by 2025.
A new Zillow survey finds that most residents are worried about climate change
The plans for Amazon’s second headquarters are driving activity, Redfin says.
Construction on the next phase of the Washington Gateway project will begin soon
Core areas of the city appear to have hollowed out until the current decade
The trail will receive design changes expected to be completed in November