Trumps plan some of the biggest hotel rooms in Washington, though they haven’t disclosed the room rates yet.
Fortune 500 companies are happy to move there but are people?
The race was on. And then it wasn’t.
Whole Foods will open as part of Route 7 development in 2015, but office component likely to take longer.
A group of planners, federal agencies and private landowners are thinking how to revive the corridor again.
Bad lighting, cracked sidewalks and lack of attractions prompt effort to upgrade “America’s Main Street.“
Once ranked the best place in the country to buy real estate, Washington is no longer as attractive to global investors.
New agency headquarters, and redevelopment of old one, are lucrative prizes for developers.
GSA could announce short list of locations in coming days.
County officials have produced 10 videos promoting the Columbia Pike streetcar, but they aren’t the only ones with a YouTube account.
Planning, economic development efforts have made the suburb a model for places like Tysons Corner and White Flint.
A roundup of salient points from a hearing before the D.C. Council last week about the planned 20,000-seat sporting venue at Buzzard Point.
The switch was flipped last week on a 25-foot-high, 50-foot-wide electronic art installation at the massive mixed-use development.
As U.S.-Germany plays on television downstairs, D.C. Council begins consideration of 20,000-seat Major League Soccer stadium proposal.
The corporate owner of the iconic seasoning, McCormick & Co., is considering where to relocate.
McCormick & Co., employer of 2,400 people in Maryland, wants to consolidate its operations.
With D.C. Council set to hear testmiony Thursday, Gray administration and team executives make their case.
In a sea of new apartments for millenials, redevelopment of the Blairs in Silver Spring has families in mind.
Analysts see $5 billion in debt coming due on local properties in 2017.
Report says the Washington area is the most walkable in the country but have you tried walking anywhere in Tysons?
Jonathan O'Connell has covered land use and development in the Washington area for more than five years. His stories reflect the relationships between local communities and the built environment, whether it's the changing nature of suburbs, the value of walkability or what to do with the FBI headquarters. Jonathan is a graduate of the University of Wisconsin-Madison and lives with his family in the District's Petworth neighborhood.