CEO Matt Kelly and other senior executives from JBG Smith Properties were on Wall Street to mark the company’s official trading on the New York Stock Exchange under the trading symbol “JBGS.”
The Potomac Nationals, the county and a real estate company have agreed to a non-binding framework for a $75 million stadium project at Potomac Town Center in Woodbridge.
JBG’s merger with publicly traded New York REIT Inc. (NYRT), announced in May, has been terminated because of strong NYRT shareholder opposition.
D.C.’s biggest developer is transforming abandoned buildings, construction sites and government offices into works of art, one paint can at a time.
Washington commercial real estate developer JBG Cos. will merge with publicly traded New York REIT Inc., creating an $8.4 billion real estate company with more than 14 million square feet of commercial real estate in Washington and the Big Apple.
A retail development is breathing new life into D.C.’s Shaw neighborhood. It has re-emerged as one of the District’s most desirable destinations — especially for small retailers and the city’s creative class.
What was once referred to as “the grossest wall in the city,” will soon become one of the District’s sleekest.
On Sept. 14, Brooklyn Flea will launch its D.C. version, District Flea, for six Saturdays at 645 Florida Ave., N.W.
The value of taxable real property in the District fell from $150.1 billion in 2010 to $139.3 billion in 2011. Here\’s a snapshot of D.C.\’s Comprehensive Annual Financial Report.
Recreating the District in video game form was no small task. Here's how the developers did it.