DC’s mayor signed an ambitious clean energy law at American Geophysical Union headquarters

January 22, 2019

GREATER GREATER WASHINGTON–DC Mayor Muriel Bowser signed the most ambitious clean energy law in the nation on Friday. It requires all of DC’s electricity to…

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New year marks a new era for the International Spy Museum

December 31, 2018

WASHINGTON BUSINESS JOURNAL — Espionage aficionados might want to stop by the International Spy Museum in Penn Quarter, which will host its final round of…

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New DDOT headquarters at 250 M Street

December 5, 2018

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…

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WeWork expands relationship with Meridian to a second D.C. property

December 4, 2018

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…

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Design That Unites

December 3, 2018

RICHMOND MAGAZINE — Local design firms Hickok Cole and Campfire & Co. partnered to bring the contemporary interior to life, giving workers places for both private work and for collaboration.

UrbanTurf announces the groundbreaking of our new project at 2009 8th Street NW

November 20, 2018

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…

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‘Glass Box Fatigue’: How Architects Are Flipping The Script On D.C. Office Buildings

October 18, 2018

BISNOW –D.C. developers have spent years churning out homogeneous office buildings, maximizing the height under the city’s zoning limit and creating all-glass exteriors to bring in light, but…

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Apple signed a lease for a full floor at Anthem Row (700 K St. NW)

September 28, 2018

BISNOW – Trillion-dollar technology giant Apple is establishing an office presence across the street from the new flagship D.C. store it is preparing to open in…

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Scheduled for completion next year, the new International Spy Museum at L’Enfant Plaza claims its place on DC’s list of landmark buildings.

September 19, 2018

THE WASHINGTON TIMES – The wedge of glass and red steel sticking out of the landscape of Brutalist architecture at L’Enfant Plaza is full of secrets,…

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How Residential and Office Developers Are Preparing for the Realities of Net Zero

March 12, 2018

URBAN LAND MAGAZINE — In 2017, California passed the first net-zero building code in the United States. New York City; Washington, D.C.; and other cities…

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