Alexandria Vice Mayor Allison Silberberg’s surprise win in Tuesday’s Democratic mayoral primary may have developers running for the hills. But let’s settle down and try to figure out what it means. Unless four-term Mayor Bill…
WASHINGTON — A building boom has taken off around Nationals Park, promising a new era of entertainment, shopping and restaurants. But the construction projects, at least a half dozen, come with some growing pains for…
WASHINGTON — The Supreme Court of Virginia seemed skeptical Thursday of new action in the long-running fight over the redevelopment of the Alexandria waterfront. The court heard arguments — again — in a case brought…
WASHINGTON — Towering orange and yellow construction cranes have become a regular sight in D.C.’s skyline as the city continues adding apartments, retail and restaurants. But one of the most exciting developments in the District…
State and local leaders gathered Monday to mark the ceremonial groundbreaking for Capital One\’s new 470-foot-high tower that will be the first of a dozen high-rises planned in Tysons Corner. The project is expected to help transform the commercial hub of Fairfax County.
Another area developer is changing gears by looking to build a residential high-rise where an office building was once planned.
With the second phase of Reston Master Plan up for review, might it be time to revisit the original ideals and work into the comprehensive plan the ability, should a developer want to do so, to revamp the village centers?
Construction at a controversial new townhome community on the grounds surrounding the historic Grosvenor Mansion in Bethesda is set to start soon.
From Old Town to Landmark to Del Ray, Alexandria\’s development pipeline is surging.
A private group in Hagerstown aims to give downtown redevelopment a boost by showing people what a thriving city center could look like.
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.
It took a while, but the developer that spent millions gutting and rebuilding an empty downtown Bethesda office building is finally filling it with tenants.
It\’s a battle that\’s taken nearly 20-years, preserving a historic and beautiful landscape that takes you from suburban Loudoun County to the open spaces of the Piedmont, and Friday residents celebrated their victory.
Potomac Yard\’s less appealing neighbor is on the verge of a major makeover. The Oakville Triangle, owned by The Blackstone Group, fronts Jefferson Davis Highway between Potomac Yard and Del Ray, on the west side of Route 1. It is heavily industrial, and built as such, with roughly 446,000 square feet of development across its 560,000 square feet of land area.
Buchanan Partners has sold off a piece of Heritage Hunt to be
developed as a Harris Teeter-anchored retail center.