Case Study in Net Zero Energy: AGU’s Renovated HQ

November 15, 2018

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…

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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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Art Night 2018

October 29, 2018

Supporting Local Artists & Washington Project for the Arts On Thursday, October 25th, the Washington, DC art and real estate communities came together in celebration…

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New name and renderings revealed in advance of this month’s groundbreaking at 1555 Wilson Blvd

October 9, 2018

WASHINGTON BUSINESS JOURNAL – Penzance is out with new renderings of its western Rosslyn makeover.

Born from circumstance and built on loss, ‘grandfamilies’ get their own building in D.C. designed by Hickok Cole

October 6, 2018

THE WASHINGTON POST – There are many ways to describe Plaza West, a newly constructed building in Northwest Washington designed specifically for grandparents raising grandchildren: a long-held…

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2018 NAIOP DC|MD Awards of Excellence

October 4, 2018

F1RST Residences wins TWO Awards of Merit for Best Multi-Family Project and Best Amenity Space at the 2018 NAIOP DC|MD Awards of Excellence

Our Reunion Square project poised to become first TIF supported project in Ward 8

October 2, 2018

BISNOW – Mayor Muriel Bowser introduced two pieces of legislation Monday to provide tax increment financing packages for the Reunion Square development in Anacostia and the…

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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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Senior Principal Yolanda Cole tackles affordability, the missing middle — and mass timber

September 13, 2018

THE WASHINGTON BUSINESS JOURNAL — Editor-in-Chief Doug Fruehling sits down with the Hickok Cole senior principal and ULI Washington district chair for an in-depth interview on…

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