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Redevelopment

Following are all UrbanTurf articles filed under Redevelopment, from most recent to least.

64 Apartments and 160 Hotel Rooms: The Proposed Best Western Redevelopment in Arlington

64 Apartments and 160 Hotel Rooms: The Proposed Best Western Redevelopment in Arlington

Nena Perry-Brown | June 25th 2018

An application has been filed to redevelop the 1950s-era Iwo Jima Best Western hotel on Arlington Boulevard and adjacent apartment... read »

Nine Acres, 15% AMI: A Steeply-Affordable Redevelopment Planned for Ward 8

Nine Acres, 15% AMI: A Steeply-Affordable Redevelopment Planned for Ward 8

Nena Perry-Brown | June 14th 2018

A proposed redevelopment in Washington Highlands would serve households earning an average of 15 percent of area median income. ... read »

Community Weighs in on Walter Reed Redevelopment

Community Weighs in on Walter Reed Redevelopment

Shilpi Paul | January 18th 2012

Neighbors who live near Walter Reed met with DC agency staff for an open house last night to comment on various aspects of the Army medical center's... read »

UrbanTurf Goes to Church

UrbanTurf Goes to Church

Shilpi Paul | November 15th 2011 | 3 Comments

Throughout the country, houses of worship have been reincarnated as places where people now live. The properties often maintain their grandiose aura,... read »

Getting in on the Ground Floor in Southwest

Getting in on the Ground Floor in Southwest

Will Smith | March 30th 2011 | 21 Comments

In a city where real estate watchers are always speculating about the next hot neighborhood, it is curious that DC's Southwest quadrant gets so... read »

The Future of Walter Reed

The Future of Walter Reed

Mark Wellborn | October 14th 2010

The redevelopment plan for Walter Reed Army Medical Center has been released, outlining what a mixed-use plan may look like when construction starts... read »

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