Principal Leadership Group Expands with Summer 2020 Promotions

September 2, 2020

Hickok Cole Elevates David Wahl and Sarah Barr to Principal and Stefano Sani to Associate Principal With the announcement of promotions this summer, additional staff…

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Could the Solution to Our Housing Crisis Be Your Corner Office?

August 13, 2020

There’s no question we are re-evaluating the role of the office. Telework was already on the rise prior to the Covid-19 pandemic, but now opinions…

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The Power of Purchase: Investing in Consumer Values for Long Term Success

July 15, 2020

With the internet at our fingertips, consumers are highly aware of their purchasing power and attuned to the policies, principles, and values of the brands…

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The Future of Multi-Family: Design Implications for Healthier Living Post COVID-19

May 12, 2020

Well before the 2020 global pandemic, people were averaging 90% of their lives indoors. Now with mandatory shelter in place orders, social distancing, and encouraged…

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Re-framing the Carbon Conversation

April 9, 2020

As the building and construction sector improve operational carbon efficiency to address global GHG emissions, embodied carbon will make up an increasingly significant share of a building’s total life…

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Inside Facades+ DC: The Projects, Trends, and Voices

February 10, 2020

Architecture in Washington, DC is easily overlooked, often distilled to a vision of concrete and conservatism or disregarded as unimaginative. But architects in the city…

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Hickok Cole’s Top 19 Moments of 2019

December 31, 2019

2019 was a great year for our staff, our projects and our firm. We put our research into action, saw many of our designs finally…

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Ward 8 Is Finally Getting A Second Supermarket

January 3, 2019

DCIST — Mayor Bowser starts her second term with the groundbreaking at Good Food Markets. Anchoring our South Capitol Apartments development, this local grocer will…

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The Search For Amazon HQ2 Is Over. Now Comes The Hard Part.

November 13, 2018

After 14 months in pursuit of Amazon’s massive campus and nearly $3B in economic incentives, city and state officials in the winning cities are now faced…

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Plaza West: D.C.’s First Apartment Building For Grandfamilies

November 8, 2018

Plaza West is where the families they left behind pick up the pieces and arrange them into something new: grandfamilies. The building looks like any other…

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