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D.C. mayor said she was "blood mad" at Walmart's decision to cancel two D.C. leases.

A month before the GOP convention, the Republican front runner is to sit down or a deposition at a Washington law firm.

The term 'strip mall' has become so negative that some industry pros have stopped using it. And yet the centers themselves persist.

With the department store and other chains struggling, the reckoning for shopping malls is far from over.

The New York commercial real estate firm Vornado considers spinning off its Crystal City buildings into a separate company.

D.C.'s star crowdfunding firm, Fundrise, isn't really a crowdfunding company anymore.

As momentum builds for the 11th Street Bridge Park, so do fears of the poor being pushed out.

New office buildings are increasingly popping up in once-ignored pockets of the city.

A look at the court battle over the chef's decision to pull out of Trump's D.C. hotel project.

A design competition asks architects to imagine interactive, mobile or even temporary designs for the city's future memorials.

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