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.
A second woman says she was attacked along the Metropolitan Bike Trail Monday, hours after another woman was assaulted.
The sold-out \”Yesterday and Today\” concert was held 50 years to the minute after the Beatles played their first U.S. concert at what was then the Washington Coliseum in Northeast D.C.
The Washington Coliseum hosted the Beatles, Janis Joplin and the Rolling Stones, and now the historic building is poised to leap into the future.
A new piece of public art will grace the New York Avenue Bridge providing a dash of nature and art to the newly rehabilitated structured that will serve as a gateway to the District\’s NoMA neighborhood.
As part of the budget that\’s making its way through the D.C.
Council approval process, NoMa is slated to get $50 million for the
creation of new parks
Horsham, Pa.-based homebuilder Toll Brothers Inc. has paid $30.1
million for a development site in NoMa, the publicly traded
company\’s second development acquisition in the District as it
seeks to expand its footprint in the Washington region.