Top aide to Mayor Gray says criteria render D.C. “effectively ineligible” to retain FBI headquarters.
Owner and D.C. mayoral candidate Andy Shallal plans sixth store as part of Monroe Street Market project.
Ambitious timeline slips, but aides to Mayor Gray say administration will show progress before year’s end.
The newspaper will continue to rent space in the building until it identifies a new headquarters location.
Energy giant still plans to sell when it departs for Houston, but leasing it ahead of time could up the price.
New 390-foot Rosslyn bldg. is second in height to the Washington Monument, but has no occupants.
Events D.C. asks private firms for ideas about how to redevelop RFK, D.C. Armory.
The possible landing spots for the FBI, mapped.
For Donald C. Wood, chief executive of Federal Realty Investment Trust and chair of the Cystic Fibrosis Foundation, raising money to fight cystic fibrosis isn’t just business. It’s personal.
Thousands of shoppers flock to 80 new outlet stores, but county still struggles to add jobs.
New criteria eliminates outer counties; Loudoun supervisor says fight isn’t over.
Used to selling online, fashion brands Tuckernuck, Chubbies and others try out pop-up holiday stores.
Want Whole Foods to open in your neighborhood? The company says it’s listening.
Taking a page from Apple, Google tries luring shoppers to retail spaces during holiday blitz.
As energy giant prepares to decamp for Houston, it seeks a buyer for its wooded property near the Beltway.
Agency says it needs 50 acres within two miles of a Metro station and two-and-a-half miles of Capital Beltway.
Make-your-own everything, blow-dry bars and luxury cinemas flood Washington neighborhoods.
A walking tour in pictures through Buzzard Point, one of the District’s last industrial areas.
Monument Realty rallies Chinese American businesses to back project but fails historic preservation test.
Angelika, Landmark and other theaters are rushing to return the silver screen to D.C. neighborhoods.
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.