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Hickok Cole

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100-Unit Apartment Project Proposed For Lot Behind 16th Street’s Masonic Temple

100-Unit Apartment Project Proposed For Lot Behind 16th Street’s Masonic Temple

Nena Perry-Brown | May 1st 2018

On Tuesday evening, Perseus TDC presented plans for the potential development of the Masonic Temple-owned lot 15th Street and S Street NW. ... read »

Plans Emerge for Additional Office Building at Anacostia’s Reunion Square

Plans Emerge for Additional Office Building at Anacostia’s Reunion Square

Nena Perry-Brown | March 13th 2018

Plans are emerging for a mixed-use office building at Reunion Square that would pave the way for further development on the site. ... read »

Frager’s Redevelopment Breaks Ground, Set for Completion in Early 2019

Frager’s Redevelopment Breaks Ground, Set for Completion in Early 2019

Nena Perry-Brown | May 9th 2017

This morning, a development team led by Perseus Realty broke ground on the mixed-use project that will facilitate the store's return to its original... read »

912 Units and New Fire Station Planned for Rosslyn

912 Units and New Fire Station Planned for Rosslyn

Nena Perry-Brown | November 8th 2016

Penzance has released plans to construct two mixed-use buildings adjacent to the Rosslyn Highlands Park, delivering a new Fire Station 10, retail and... read »

The Three Proposals to Transform the Crummell School in Ivy City

The Three Proposals to Transform the Crummell School in Ivy City

Nena Perry-Brown | October 12th 2016

A look at the three proposals to redevelop the historic Ivy City Crummell School. ... read »

A Slightly New Look For Frager’s Hardware Redevelopment

A Slightly New Look For Frager’s Hardware Redevelopment

Nena Perry-Brown | June 8th 2016

On Tuesday evening, representatives of Perseus Realty and Hickok Cole Architects presented an updated look and possible construction timeline for the... read »

HPRB Would Like More Discussion on Frager’s Hardware Redevelopment

HPRB Would Like More Discussion on Frager’s Hardware Redevelopment

Nena Perry-Brown | April 29th 2016

On Thursday afternoon, members of the development team leading the effort to redevelop the former site of Frager's Hardware on Capitol Hill presented... read »

Monument Realty’s 133-Unit Chinatown Project Gets Approval

Monument Realty’s 133-Unit Chinatown Project Gets Approval

UrbanTurf Staff | March 9th 2016

On Tuesday, the Board of Zoning Adjustment approved the 11-story project on the boards about half a block north of the Verizon Center. ... read »

First Look at the Redevelopment of Frager’s Hardware Site

First Look at the Redevelopment of Frager’s Hardware Site

UrbanTurf Staff | February 25th 2016 | 2 Comments

UrbanTurf has received the first images for the site which will include 30-40 larger residential units and the return of a DC institution to its... read »

Exclusive: 40 to 50 Condos, Retail Planned For Frager’s Hardware Site

Exclusive: 40 to 50 Condos, Retail Planned For Frager’s Hardware Site

UrbanTurf Staff | October 27th 2015 | 1 Comment

Perseus Realty and Javelin19 recently purchased the site and revealed their plans to UrbanTurf. ... read »

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Turning Lemons into Lemonade
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Developing An Air of Exclusivity?
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Hitting Its Growth Spurt
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An Urban Village Hitting Its Stride
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The Vibrancy Might Take a Few Years
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Bedroom Community Gets Buzzing Cache
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Experiencing a Resurgence After a Bumpy History
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Despite the Dynamism, Still Somewhat Generic
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Kudzu, Front Porches and Crime
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Glass Half Full or Half Empty?
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The Difference a Decade Makes
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