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With MLB All-Star Game, D.C.'s Fastest-Developing Neighborhood Gets A National Spotlight
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With MLB All-Star Game, D.C.'s Fastest-Developing Neighborhood Gets A National Spotlight

Tens of thousands of baseball fans will descend upon D.C.'s Capitol Riverfront neighborhood this weekend ahead of Tuesday's Major League Baseball...

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Exclusive: Rappaport Signs First Retail Tenant At $200M H Street Development
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Exclusive: Rappaport Signs First Retail Tenant At $200M H Street Development

The $200M mixed-use project under construction on the H Street corridor has just landed its first retail tenant. Rappaport signed boutique fitness...

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Mexico City Investor Buys Manassas Park Apartments For $52M, Its Second D.C.-Area Acquisition This Year
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Mexico City Investor Buys Manassas Park Apartments For $52M, Its Second D.C.-Area Acquisition This Year

Mexico City-based Hasta Capital has made its second $50M-plus multifamily acquisition in the D.C. suburbs this year. The investor bought The...

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Audi Field Is Poised To Spark A Transformation Of Buzzard Point, But How Long Will It Take?
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Audi Field Is Poised To Spark A Transformation Of Buzzard Point, But How Long Will It Take?

D.C. United will play its first soccer game at Audi Field Saturday, bringing thousands of sports fans into a part of the city many have likely...

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A Guide To Smart Buildings: How Landlords Are Keeping Their Tenants Connected
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A Guide To Smart Buildings: How Landlords Are Keeping Their Tenants Connected

The modern tenant has high expectations for building connectivity. As more people rely on their devices for news and updates, they expect all the...

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Gary Rappaport On The Changing Retail Market
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Gary Rappaport On The Changing Retail Market

For Rappaport founder and CEO Gary Rappaport, real estate investment is about weighing risks and returns while understanding the ins and outs of...

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Metro Releases Proposal To Sell Its Longtime Headquarters Near Gallery Place
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Metro Releases Proposal To Sell Its Longtime Headquarters Near Gallery Place

Metro's longtime headquarters, a 44-year-old building on a prime development site in Downtown D.C., will soon hit the market. The transit agency...

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Sterling Apartment Community Trades For $48M
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Sterling Apartment Community Trades For $48M

A 236-unit garden-style apartment community in Sterling, Virginia, has just traded hands for $48.4M. Baltimore-based Continental Realty Corp. sold...

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Marketing Agency To Relocate From Dupont Circle To Clarendon
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Marketing Agency To Relocate From Dupont Circle To Clarendon

A D.C.-based marketing agency specializing in political campaigns is moving its office across the river to Arlington. FP1 Strategies signed a 29...

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GSA Real Estate Heads On Their Plans To Handle 28M SF Of Expiring D.C. Leases Over The Next 5 Years
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GSA Real Estate Heads On Their Plans To Handle 28M SF Of Expiring D.C. Leases Over The Next 5 Years

As the General Services Administration looks to execute the federal government's real estate strategy, from major headquarters deals like the FBI...

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Savills Studley Hires Capital Markets Broker From CCRE
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Savills Studley Hires Capital Markets Broker From CCRE

Savills Studley has brought on a new broker from Cantor Commercial Real Estate to work with its capital markets group in D.C. Matt Brody joins...

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Bethesda's First Wave Of New Office Construction In Years Is Unleashing Pent-Up Demand
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Bethesda's First Wave Of New Office Construction In Years Is Unleashing Pent-Up Demand

Downtown Bethesda currently has three trophy office buildings under construction, with a fourth waiting in the wings, a wave of office development...

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Ditto Residential Hires New Head Of Construction From Kettler As It Looks To Continue Growth
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Ditto Residential Hires New Head Of Construction From Kettler As It Looks To Continue Growth

Ditto Residential has just added another D.C. development veteran to its leadership team as it continues to take on larger multifamily projects and...

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D.C. United, City Officials Cut The Ribbon At Audi Field Ahead Of Saturday's Opening Match
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D.C. United, City Officials Cut The Ribbon At Audi Field Ahead Of Saturday's Opening Match

For the third time in just over two decades, D.C. has cut the ribbon on a new professional sports stadium. D.C. United and District officials came...

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A Recession Could Come As Soon As 2020. Here’s How It Would Impact CRE
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A Recession Could Come As Soon As 2020. Here’s How It Would Impact CRE

More than a decade after the housing bubble burst and the U.S. entered the worst period of economic decline since the Great Depression, the economy...

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Pantzer Properties Buys Montgomery County Apartment Community For $88M
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Pantzer Properties Buys Montgomery County Apartment Community For $88M

Pantzer Properties had just acquired its fifth D.C. area multifamily property since the start of 2017. The New York-based firm bought the 468-unit...

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The Rise Of ‘Office As A Service’ Might Be Here Sooner Than You Think
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The Rise Of ‘Office As A Service’ Might Be Here Sooner Than You Think

The future of office space will be about more than square footage or open-office floor plans. Rather, office managers will have to focus on...

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Proposal Calls For 400 Apartments On Site Of Vacant Tysons Office Building
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Proposal Calls For 400 Apartments On Site Of Vacant Tysons Office Building

A vacant Tysons office building could soon be torn down and replaced with apartments. Houston-based Hanover Cos. submitted an application with...

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Settlement Reached In Appeal Over 56-Unit Dupont Circle Church Redevelopment
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Settlement Reached In Appeal Over 56-Unit Dupont Circle Church Redevelopment

The dispute over the redevelopment of a Dupont Circle church property, which a court forced to stop work mid-construction, has just ended. St....

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Fairfax County Approves 22-Acre Data Center Campus In Reston
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Fairfax County Approves 22-Acre Data Center Campus In Reston

Fairfax County is looking to tap into Northern Virginia's booming data center market with a new, 22-acre campus several miles east of Loudoun's ...

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D.C.'s 2018 Construction Starts Up 22% From Last Year, Rank 3rd In U.S.
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D.C.'s 2018 Construction Starts Up 22% From Last Year, Rank 3rd In U.S.

The potential of a looming recession as the U.S. enters the ninth year of its economic expansion is not slowing down developers in the D.C. region....

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D.C Moves To Dismiss $1B Gentrification Lawsuit From Development Opponent
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D.C Moves To Dismiss $1B Gentrification Lawsuit From Development Opponent

D.C. is asking a court to throw out a lawsuit from a frequent development opponent who is claiming the city's land-use policies discriminate...

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Massive Metro-Adjacent Loudoun Site, Once Envisioned As 'International City,' Sells To Data Center Builder
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Massive Metro-Adjacent Loudoun Site, Once Envisioned As 'International City,' Sells To Data Center Builder

A 280-acre piece of land near the future Loudoun Gateway Silver Line station, previously planned to be a 14M SF mixed-use development, has just...

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Developer Q&A: The Warrenton Group CEO Warren Williams
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Developer Q&A: The Warrenton Group CEO Warren Williams

The Warrenton Group is the most active developer in Deanwood, a Northeast D.C. neighborhood just east of Interstate 295 and on the Metro's Orange...

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One Big Question: How Much More Retail Can Northeast D.C. Support?
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One Big Question: How Much More Retail Can Northeast D.C. Support?

On a plot of land between NoMa and Brookland, a series of rundown buildings and vintage train tracks surround the small neighborhood of Ivy City....

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New In Town: Northeast D.C.
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New In Town: Northeast D.C.

1. City Winery When it debuted at the Navy Yard last year, District Winery made D.C. culinary history as the first winery within city limits. Now,...

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In The Works: 3 New Developments Coming To Northeast D.C.
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In The Works: 3 New Developments Coming To Northeast D.C.

1. Michigan Avenue and Irving Street A vacant lot in Brookland could soon go from a place where people park to a place where people live. Buchanan...

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Northeast D.C: At A Glance
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Northeast D.C: At A Glance

For residents of Washington, D.C., one of the greatest perks of living in the city is knowing they can escape the corporate monotony of Downtown D...

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D.C. Office Market Sets Post-Recession Record For Absorption In Q2
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D.C. Office Market Sets Post-Recession Record For Absorption In Q2

A series of large office buildings delivering in the District with major chunks of leased space drove the second quarter to be the city's strongest...

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Skanska Buys Into Massive Tysons Development, Plans To Build Apartments And Retail
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Skanska Buys Into Massive Tysons Development, Plans To Build Apartments And Retail

Skanska, a Swedish developer that has long been active in D.C., has just made its first investment in the growing Tysons submarket. The developer...

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