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A rendering of Columbia Property Trust's planned addition to 80 M St. SE
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Owner Of Office Building Near Nationals Park Looks To Add 2 Stories With Mass Timber

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The proposed Future Land Use Map that D.C. included in its recommended Comprehensive Plan amendments
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9 Developments That Stand To Benefit From D.C.'s Proposed Land-Use Map Changes

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A rendering of the Sursum Corda development
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Zoning Commission Approves Updated Plans For 1,100-Unit Sursum Corda Project

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Mayor Muriel Bowser and Planning Director Andrew Trueblood presenting D.C.'s new housing plans
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Mayor Bowser Unveils Wide-Ranging Road Map To Build Tens Of Thousands Of Housing Units Across D.C.

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The D.C. Council during Tuesday's meeting on the Comprehensive Plan amendments
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D.C. Council Approves Measure To Curb Wave Of Development Appeals

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Demolition underway at the Armature Works site, as seen from the NoMa Metro station
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Trammell Crow Begins Armature Works Project With New Partner, Changed Plans

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Former Pittsburgh Mayor Tom Murphy, D.C. Mayor Muriel Bowser and former D.C. Mayor Tony Williams
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'We're Going To Run Out Of Space To Build Housing': D.C. Mayor On How To Add Density In Upper NW

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The D.C. Council during Tuesday's meeting on the Comprehensive Plan amendments
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New D.C. Comp Plan Bill Could 'Open A Pandora's Box' To More Development Appeals

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The Belmont Crossing apartments at the corner of 7th Street SE and Barnaby Road
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Former Sanford Capital Apartments In Southeast D.C. Eyed For Redevelopment

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MidCity 1200 Fifth Street
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MidCity Files Plans For 363-Unit Mount Vernon Square Project

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Randall School
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Lowe Buys Randall School Site, Plans To Begin 500-Unit Redevelopment Next Year

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McMillan development
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'A Light At The End Of The Tunnel': D.C.'s Development Appeals Freeze Beginning To Thaw

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McMillan development
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Court Rules In Favor Of McMillan Development, Allowing $720M Project To Move Forward

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A rendering of The Residences at Kenilworth Park project
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Developer Plans 155-Unit Senior Living Project East Of The River

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Foulger-Pratt groundbreaking Press House NoMa
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Foulger-Pratt Celebrates Groundbreaking Of $200M NoMa Project

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Kastles Stadium at Union Market
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D.C.'s Professional Tennis Team To Open New Stadium On Top Of Union Market

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A rendering of MRP's planned Washington Gateway
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Union Market Development Opponents Return To Appeal MRP's Washington Gateway

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Capitol Crossing rendering
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Capitol Crossing Residential Component Scrapped As Developer Pitches Hotel Instead

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D.C. Council Comprehensive Plan hearing crowd
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D.C. Council Fails To Take Up Comprehensive Plan Amendments, Pushes Issue To 2019

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Monroe Street Market construction
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Monroe Street Market's Final Phase Begins Construction, Seeks Grocery Anchor

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Sursum Corda demolition
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Toll Brothers Begins Demolition Of Sursum Corda Community, Plans 1,100-Unit Project

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A rendering of the 348-unit project planned on The Yards Parcel I
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Forest City Submits Plan For 348-Unit Apartment Building At The Yards

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Columbian Quarter Poplar Point Redbrick
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Redbrick Files New Rezoning Application For Poplar Point Site Following Appeal

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Property Group Partners President Jeffrey Sussman
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PGP President Jeffrey Sussman Aims To Pick Up The Pace After Capitol Crossing's 'Slow' Leasing Start

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Kaye Stern Properties 3836 South Capitol St. SE
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Developer Pitches 106-Unit Affordable Project In Ward 8

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Uniontown Bar & Grill Anacostia
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Chase Bank To Open In Historic Anacostia As Neighborhood Experiences Retail Transformation

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Randall School
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Appeal Threatens To Further Delay 480-Unit Randall School Development In Southwest D.C.

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Washington Gateway Phase 2
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Bike-Oriented Development: 8 Projects Planned Along D.C.'s Cycling Trails

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MidCity Acquires Church Site Next To RIA Project For Future Development, Despite Appeal Risk
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MidCity Acquires Church Site Next To RIA Project For Future Development, Despite Appeal Risk

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legal industry, attorney, gavel
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D.C Moves To Dismiss $1B Gentrification Lawsuit From Development Opponent

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