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168-Unit Bethesda Townhouse Development Gets Thumbs Up

168-Unit Bethesda Townhouse Development Gets Thumbs Up

UrbanTurf Staff | July 18th 2014 | 1 Comment

A 168-unit townhome development planned for the middle of a Bethesda office park received unanimous approval from the Montgomery County Planning... read »

EYA Debuts $200 Million Project for Alexandria Waterfront

EYA Debuts $200 Million Project for Alexandria Waterfront

Lark Turner | March 18th 2014 | 4 Comments

A mixed-use project on the Potomac would bring retail, restaurants and residences to a 3.5-acre site owned by The Washington Post's former owners. ... read »

New on the Market: Luxury Townhomes in Downtown Silver Spring

New on the Market: Luxury Townhomes in Downtown Silver Spring

UrbanTurf Sponsor | January 29th 2014

Chelsea Heights, from developer EYA, is a new community of luxury, boutique townhomes coming to downtown Silver Spring. The sales office is now open... read »

The Three Proposals for Walter Reed

The Three Proposals for Walter Reed

Shilpi Paul | July 18th 2013 | 6 Comments

On Thursday evening, three teams revealed their plans for the redevelopment of the Walter Reed site. ... read »

WMATA, EYA Present Plans For 210-Unit Takoma Project

WMATA, EYA Present Plans For 210-Unit Takoma Project

Shilpi Paul | July 17th 2013 | 1 Comment

EYA and WMATA met with community members on Tuesday night to brief them on the new plans for a residential project at the Takoma Metro. ... read »

The Buildings: More Renderings Released Of McMillan Redevelopment

The Buildings: More Renderings Released Of McMillan Redevelopment

Shilpi Paul | April 19th 2013 | 14 Comments

Vision McMillan Partners has released new renderings and details of the buildings that will be a part of the McMillan Sand Filtration Redevelopment. ... read »

A New Plan for McMillan, This Time With A Bigger Park

A New Plan for McMillan, This Time With A Bigger Park

Shilpi Paul | February 27th 2013 | 8 Comments

When Mayor Gray announced plans to use part of the McMillan Sand Filtration site in the city's effort to stem the severe flooding in Bloomingdale,... read »

McMillan Redevelopment Salon Addresses Concerns of Area Residents

McMillan Redevelopment Salon Addresses Concerns of Area Residents

Shilpi Paul | May 10th 2012 | 2 Comments

On Wednesday evening, representatives from the team behind the redevelopment of the McMillan Reservoir met with a small group of residents at Big... read »

EYA To Build Waterfront Luxury Condos in Old Town

EYA To Build Waterfront Luxury Condos in Old Town

Shilpi Paul | January 27th 2012 | 1 Comment

EYA CEO Bob Youngentob told UrbanTurf today that the firm will start construction on a 60-unit luxury condo project on the waterfront in Old Town... read »

Brookland’s Monroe Street Market Breaks Ground

Brookland’s Monroe Street Market Breaks Ground

Shilpi Paul | November 9th 2011 | 2 Comments

Abdo Development, The Bozzuto Group, and Mayor Vincent Gray broke ground this morning at Monroe Street Market, a $200 million development that will... read »


 

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Ripe for Investment Right About Now
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