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3,000 Units + 20 Acres of Open Space: The Development of DC's Armed Forces Home Gets Key Approval

3,000 Units + 20 Acres of Open Space: The Development of DC's Armed Forces Home Gets Key Approval

UrbanTurf Staff | June 2nd

The National Capital Planning Commission approved a critical amendment of the final master plan for the sprawling new development on Thursday.... read»

The Massive Development at DC's Armed Forces Home Looks to Get Key Approval in June

The Massive Development at DC's Armed Forces Home Looks to Get Key Approval in June

UrbanTurf Staff | May 16th

The National Capital Planning Commission will consider approval of the final master plan for the sprawling new development at its early June meeting.... read»

A Look at Where the Smithsonian Could Construct New Museums

A Look at Where the Smithsonian Could Construct New Museums

Nena Perry-Brown | November 29th 2021

With two additional museums authorized as part of the Smithsonian system, a forthcoming study is identifying potential locations.... read»

A Proposed Bill Would Give DC More Autonomy Over Development in the City

A Proposed Bill Would Give DC More Autonomy Over Development in the City

Nena Perry-Brown | August 31st 2021

Congresswoman Eleanor Holmes Norton re-introduced the National Capital Planning Commission District of Columbia Home Rule Act, which would rescind th... read»

Historic Preservation, Interior Renovation: The Proposals to Update the Smithsonian

Historic Preservation, Interior Renovation: The Proposals to Update the Smithsonian

Nena Perry-Brown | June 15th 2021

The Smithsonian Institution is seeking approval for a more simplified and efficient revitalization of its two oldest buildings.... read»

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»

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