The closure of Baltimore Neighborhoods Inc. surprised its government and nonprofit partners. The group’s expenses had exceeded its revenues as both government grants and private donations declined.
Big tax and audit advisory firm KPMG LLP will relocate its Tysons Corner headquarters and add hundreds of new jobs over the next few years.
The Fairfax County Planning Commission is expected to vote Sept. 13 on the project now known as “Midline,” a joint effort of JBG Smith, EYA and Chevy Chase Land Co.
“In Loudoun County and Northern Virginia, affordable housing is teachers, firefighters, police officers and sheriffs. It’s nurses, and wait staff,” said Loudoun Board of Supervisors Chairwoman Phyllis Randall.
NVR will replace the former First Baptist Church of Ballston and its rectory, at North Vermont Avenue and 11th Street North, with a 58-unit condominium building, a row of 14 adjoining townhouses, another row of 12 townhomes across the street, and 100 underground parking spaces.
Construction on King Street Waterfront Park, a new public plaza in Alexandria, will begin in April, with an expected opening date sometime in October. In 2019, Alexandria gets a tall ship as a permanent attraction.
Loudoun County is weighing an initiative that would give the county control of traffic studies, which are currently done by developers who want to build residential and business projects in the area’s wealthiest and quickest-growing jurisdiction.
Scout on the Circle will include the 54,000-square-foot Giant in addition to 29,000 square feet of retail and 400 apartments.
As the Washington Nationals kick off the 10th season at Nats Park, the neighborhood looks nothing like it did in 2008, and, by many measures, it has been the fastest-growing neighborhood in the District.
The Green Line Corridor accounts for 48 percent of the District’s new households under 35 since 2010.
Plans to create a town square in the Nauck neighborhood of Shirlington are finally moving ahead after more than a decade of planning.
Bethesda-Chevy Chase residents on Tuesday night warned the Montgomery County Council to think twice before turning downtown Bethesda into the Maryland equivalent of Tysons Corner.
Prospective developers now have a clearer picture of what a building replacing the current FBI headquarters on Pennsylvania Avenue Northwest could look like.
Union Market is now one of D.C.’s hottest destinations. And one Washingtonian has played a major role in its history and modernization.
D.C.’s biggest developer is transforming abandoned buildings, construction sites and government offices into works of art, one paint can at a time.
The three-part series "The making of Marion Barry" looks at how the future mayor got his start in the civil rights movement, how he became a power player in the city and his enduring legacy.