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National Capital Planning Commission

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A More Detailed Look at Parcel H, the 500-Unit Development Coming to The Yards

A More Detailed Look at Parcel H, the 500-Unit Development Coming to The Yards

Nena Perry-Brown | March 17th 2021

The National Capital Planning Commission will review and vote on the latest concept next month. ... read »

Déjà View: DC Returns to Advocating for Relaxed Height Act

Déjà View: DC Returns to Advocating for Relaxed Height Act

Nena Perry-Brown | October 28th 2019

Relaxed height maximums in DC would require an act of Congress — something which failed a few years ago. ... read »

15 Acres of Residences Off North Capitol: The Vision for the Armed Forces Retirement Home

15 Acres of Residences Off North Capitol: The Vision for the Armed Forces Retirement Home

Nena Perry-Brown | May 25th 2018

Eighty acres of the Armed Forces Retirement Home campus are being put up for mixed-use redevelopment. Here's what it will encompass. ... read »

The Four Finalists For DC’s Memorial of the Future

The Four Finalists For DC’s Memorial of the Future

Nena Perry-Brown | June 8th 2016

After announcing the Memorials of the Future competition last fall, the panel of jurors has chosen four finalists who have reimagined a modern way... read »

NCPC: No Major Height Act Changes

NCPC: No Major Height Act Changes

UrbanTurf Staff | November 20th 2013 | 6 Comments

Those hoping to see taller buildings in DC at some point in the next decade will be disappointed by a decision made late Tuesday. ... read »

NCPC Releases Recommendations Regarding the Height Act

NCPC Releases Recommendations Regarding the Height Act

Shilpi Paul | September 12th 2013

At a meeting Thursday afternoon, the National Capital Planning Commission (NCPC) will officially release a draft of their recommendations to Congress... read »

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