An island that could unite D.C. lies in the middle of the river that divides it

October 16, 2017

THE WASHINGTON POST  — The Anacostia River has long divided the District of Columbia. In 1791, Pierre L’Enfant designed the “City of Washington” on only the west side…

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The Wharf in photos: How the $2.5 billion Waterfront development looks ahead of its opening

October 12, 2017

BISNOW  — Developers, architects, city officials and residents have been imagining how a major mixed-use development could change the appearance of D.C.’s Southwest Waterfront. But now, with The Wharf’s grand…

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Inside The Wharf’s apartment buildings, less than a month from the grand opening

September 15, 2017

BISNOW  — The Southwest Waterfront is bustling with construction workers as The Wharf prepares for its Oct. 12 grand opening. But before the celebration, residents will begin moving…

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Kingman & Heritage Islands Planning & Feasibility Study

September 5, 2017

DC DEPARTMENT OF ENERGY & ENVIRONMENT — Led by DOEE, Hickok Cole Architects and partners have developed this draft proposal that presents a vision for enhancing the…

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This new building includes parts of three old buildings

August 29, 2017

GREATER GREATER WASHINGTON — As DC grows, new buildings are often required to incorporate historic structures. That’s easier said than done, but the results can…

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Gather’s third co-working space to open in West Broad Village

August 23, 2017

RICHMOND TIMES-DISPATCH — “The nature of work is changing; people are spending less time in formal offices, adapting to flexible work hours and expecting access…

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455 Eye Welcomes its First Residents

June 20, 2017

WASHINGTON BUSINESS JOURNAL — Two dilapidated townhouses and a circa-1912 warehouse do not naturally add up to a modern, amenity-filled District apartment building. They do…

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4 Ways Co-Working Spaces Inspire Innovation and Collaboration

June 9, 2017

ENTREPRENEUR MAGAZINE — Director of Hickok Cole’s Richmond studio, Jessica Zullo, extols the usefulness of co-working spaces for networking, client engagement, and making connections between…

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AGU Board Approves Net Zero Renovation

December 21, 2016

Striving to serve as an exemplary model for sustainable buildings and to be the District’s first-ever existing commercial building conversion to reach net zero energy…

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Corporate Philanthropists

November 21, 2016

WASHINGTON BUSINESS JOURNAL — Hickok Cole Architects ranked sixth on the Washington Business Journal’s list of corporate philanthropists. The company earned the spot based on…

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