A proposed apartment project deemed “pioneering” for its expected impact on Baileys Crossroads has been nixed by the developer after it failed to acquire the site. Rockville-based Foulger-Pratt Cos. has placed the redevelopment of 5600…
Renters in the District give the landlord a big chunk of their paychecks, and one apartment search site says D.C. is now the fifth-most expensive apartment rental market in the country. The median monthly rent…
WASHINGTON — The legalization of pot for home use in D.C. has the Apartment and Office Building Association of Metropolitan Washington doing outreach to landlords over how to deal with the changes. Nicola Whiteman, senior…
Construction on 193 new apartments — including 78 affordable units — in the Fort Myer Heights neighborhood has begun, and county officials and developers celebrated with a groundbreaking.
Toll Brothers\’ expansion into D.C.\’s crowded multifamily arena got a boost Thursday with the D.C. Zoning Commission\’s tentative approval of a 525-unit apartment building planned for 200 K St. NE in NoMa.
Valor\’s year-old plan to convert a portion of a Dupont Circle
commercial building into eight luxury condominiums was short-lived.
The developer has returned to the Board of Zoning Adjustments with
a revised pitch: 21 microunits.
The future look of the Crescent Apartments and Lake Anne area is coming into focus.
The high-rise apartment building that will replace the former Post Office on S. Eads Street expects to have shovels in the ground by the end of the month.
Bozzuto Development has filed a proposal with the Fairfax County Planning Commission to redevelop St. John’s Wood, a garden apartment neighborhood with 250 units over nine buildings in North Reston, into a new complex of 635 new apartments and 34 townhomes.
The Lenkin Company, a D.C. area developer with its offices in the existing two-story building at 4922 St Elmo Ave., plans to build the apartment building on the same spot, directly south of the recently completed Bainbridge Bethesda.
Could you live in a shipping container? More architects and developers are repurposing sea containers into homes. But don\’t worry; it\’s not as small as it sounds.
Montgomery County\’s finance director said the county has saved $2.9 million in home tax credits since 2012 by identifying rental housing and second homes that were incorrectly receiving the credits.
WASHINGTON (AP) — If you rent an apartment in the District of Columbia and you feel like the walls are closing in on you, it may not be just your imagination. Renters in the District…
The overconcentration of affordable units is explicitly prohibited in the D.C. Municipal Regulations. But the bid to replace Portner Place, a Section 8 housing complex on U Street, appears to fly in the face of that philosophy.
COLLEGE PARK, Md. (AP) — A bill under consideration in Prince George’s County could restrict the number of single-family homes available in College Park as rentals for University of Maryland students. The bill, sponsored by…