At a community update meeting on the progress of the RFK redevelopment, residents voiced heightened concerns over transparency regarding a potential NFL stadium deal.
After Maryland said discussions about using land the state wants to acquire in Oxon Cove are finished, that seems to leave D.C. as the only government willing to house a new stadium for the Washington Redskins. But, some in the District are still prepared to “fight every effort to put it at RFK.”
A spokeswoman for the Maryland governor confirmed that Hogan is not working “at this time” to persuade the football team to build their next stadium in Oxon Cove Park, near MGM National Harbor.
While Gov. Larry Hogan is willing to work with the federal government on a land swap that would give Maryland control of Oxon Cove in Prince George’s County, his administration expects county officials to take the lead in negotiating a stadium deal with team owner Daniel Snyder.
As reports emerged that city leadership is working behind-the-scenes to pave the way for the NFL’s return to Washington, the battle for the future of the RFK site has intensified.
Opponents of a new congressional effort that would pave the way for a new Redskins stadium in D.C. are ready to mount a defensive stand against putting the new facility at the site of RFK Stadium.
The Summit Point Karts racetrack in RFK’s Lot 8 is not the kind of go-kart track you grew up on. If you really want to see the difference, go check out the race happening there Friday night.
A streak of sold-out Washington Redskins home games stretching back to 1967 is in danger of being broken during Sunday’s home opener against the Indianapolis Colts.
A mass casualty exercise that tests and coordinates federal and local agencies’ operating procedures in the event of a disaster will take place from 7 a.m. to 2 p.m. at the RFK Stadium in Southeast D.C.
The first stage of RFK’s redevelopment officially broke ground Wednesday, with 27 acres of athletic fields planned to be in place by next spring. See renderings of what’s coming up.
Events DC said construction is expected to begin this fall on three athletic fields that will begin to transform the 190-acre site, even before the wrecking ball swings into the aging stadium.
After presenting what it hopes is a final update, Events DC is looking to get the first phase of the RFK redevelopment project usable in early 2019.
D.C. United said goodbye Sunday to the only home the franchise has ever known, as the club takes an exciting but uncertain step into the future.
The first misdirection play in RFK Stadium history wasn’t run by the Redskins — it was in the process of giving the stadium its current name. An author details the process, which ended with a sneaky Cabinet member, a furious president and the landmark the area has known for decades.
As the final tenant of RFK Stadium bids farewell, the real work begins in earnest to start redeveloping the 190-acre site for the next generation.
Recreating the District in video game form was no small task. Here's how the developers did it.