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49-Unit Project Proposed to Replace Liquor Store Across From Nats Park
Nena Perry-Brown | December 22nd 2021
The family who has owned the site for over 20 years is developing the project.... read»
748 Units, a Grocery Store, and a Sandlot: The First Phase of the "Bridge District"
Nena Perry-Brown | August 9th 2021
Plans for one of the largest new developments in DC have been filed with the city.... read»
A Few More Looks at the Mixed-Use Project Coming Next to DC's Audi Field
Nena Perry-Brown | July 20th 2021
As the team behind Parcel B files its design review application, more renderings and perspectives are coming to the fore.... read»
A Closer Look at the Next Office Building at The Yards
Nena Perry-Brown | February 1st 2021
As the office building planned for Parcel F at The Yards continues to move through the design review process, more detailed renderings have emerged. ... read»
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302 Units, Live/Work Spaces For Proposed South Capitol Street Development
Nena Perry-Brown | July 28th 2020
The proposed project would deliver 302 units to South Capitol and N Streets SW.... read»
Georgetown University Plans New Student Housing Near Union Station
Nena Perry-Brown | October 1st 2019
Just off North Capitol Street, the site is owned by Gonzaga College High School.... read»
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