Developer in discussions with Hilton’s Conrad brand for hotel and retailers including Paul Stuart and Salvatore Ferragamo.
Developers begin erecting shimmering glass office buildings despite stagnant office market.
The Hoffman family of Alexandria received a $28 million subsidy for the project but won’t say what they sold it for.
Douglas Development continues to add new offerings downtown and in the Penn Quarter neighborhood.
Court sides with developer in dispute over deal to relocate the National Science Foundation to Alexandria.
As Montgomery Village Golf Club approaches its demise, developers and residents debate how to redevelop it.
Officials consider ideas for decorating tressles that support Silver Line tracks in Tysons.
Newly opened TechShop offers the chance for hobbyists and entrepreneurs to make absolutely whatever they like.
The deal, which is not finalized, would relocate the newspaper about three blocks from its current headquarters.
Building a technology hub has long been a priority for the mayor, who is facing a reelection battle.
As a record number of apartments are being built in Washington, owners are pulling out all the stops fill them with tenants.
Transit agency gets seven proposals from developers for Grosvenor, Navy Yard and Morgan Blvd.
Everybody’s got an idea for a museum, but it takes something special to get one off the ground.
Organic grocer plans to promote healthy eating and says shoppers will be “presently surprised” at prices.
At a news conference, state and local officials say the county deserves the development project.
Either the continued shrinkage of the venerable law firm or its merger with another firm could spell trouble for its new landlord
On the Old Soldiers’ Home, a historic heating plant goes up for lease.
Troubled housing complexes in Northeast D.C, Kenilworth Courts and Parkside Addition, again turned down for funds.
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.