Featuring subtle details and the perfect indigo blue, Indigo Asset Services, LLC‘s new identity package wins a Merit Award in the HOW International Design Awards. Congrats to our Creative team!
DCIST — Mayor Bowser starts her second term with the groundbreaking at Good Food Markets. Anchoring our South Capitol Apartments development, this local grocer will help bring fresh food options to Ward 8.
WASHINGTON BUSINESS JOURNAL — Espionage aficionados might want to stop by the International Spy Museum in Penn Quarter, which will host its final round of visitors in its original location before closing for a move to a new building.
WASHINGTON BUSINESS JOURNAL — The District closes in on a deal for a new District Department of Transportation (DDOT) headquarters at our 250 M Street project in Navy Yards.
WASHINGTON BUSINESS JOURNAL — WeWork has inked yet another deal with The Meridian Group, this time near Mount Vernon Square, fresh off a joint venture it formed with the Bethesda-based developer to buy another building near Dupont Circle.
Timber Towers featured among ArchDaily‘s list of projects redefining what’s possible when it comes to building with wood in America.
Jefferson Apartment Group announced that construction had begun at 2009 8th Street NW (map). The by-right development will deliver a 70 foot-tall building with penthouse, containing 132 apartments above 16,392 square feet of commercial space.
What happens when a real estate project is driven by an organization of scientists that wants to benefit science, the environment and humanity? Is it possible for an urban office building renovation to achieve net zero energy? The American Geophysical Union is proving it is. Its overhauled 62,000-square-foot headquarters in the Dupont Circle neighborhood of Washington, D.C., is currently producing 3-5 percent more energy on site—without using combustibles—than it is requires.