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Summer Snow Globe!
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Summer Snow Globe!

Last weekend, Peterson Cos. launched its newest venue in National Harbor: the Snow Globe, a clear plastic geodesic dome with a view of the river,...

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Upper Montgomery County Senior Housing Development Gets Green Light
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Upper Montgomery County Senior Housing Development Gets Green Light

The Montgomery County Planning Board has approved a proposal to build a 72-unit senior housing development in the northern part of the county. Nova...

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UNCENSORED DC
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UNCENSORED DC

Last night, we headed to the Punch Garden at the Columbia Room for UNCENSORED DC's Media Preview Party! We snapped UNCENSORED pop-up shop "Makers...

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WHERE TO BE SCENE
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WHERE TO BE SCENE

5:30 – 7:30 PM, District Bliss Vendor Social: Creatives, Entrepreneurs, Vendors Networking at the Darcy Hotel, 1515 Rhode Island Ave. NW. Enjoy...

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Eclipse Party!
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Eclipse Party!

Monday, we headed to the National Mall where we joined a couple of thousand of our closest astronomy friends for the National Air and Space Museum...

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This Is The Country's First Apartment Complex With Refrigerated Lockers
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This Is The Country's First Apartment Complex With Refrigerated Lockers

A Baltimore apartment community is the first in the country to implement a refrigerated locker system from Silicon Valley startup Smiota. 2Hopkins,...

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As Cities Become More Bike-Friendly, Developers Adapt Buildings To Accommodate Riders
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As Cities Become More Bike-Friendly, Developers Adapt Buildings To Accommodate Riders

Developers around the country are setting aside capital to upgrade their properties' bike accommodations, a clear sign of the growing value these...

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Developers Finding New Ways To Accommodate Cyclists As Cities Become More Bike-Friendly
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Developers Finding New Ways To Accommodate Cyclists As Cities Become More Bike-Friendly

Developers around the country are setting aside capital to upgrade their properties' bike accommodations, a clear sign of the growing value these...

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Bank Of America Signs 3-Floor Lease at Newly Renovated 1800 K St. NW
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Bank Of America Signs 3-Floor Lease at Newly Renovated 1800 K St. NW

Fresh off a $40M renovation, the office building at 1800 K St. NW is preparing to welcome a big new tenant. Bank of America signed on for three...

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CBRE Mid-Atlantic Head John Germano Leaving Firm After 17 Years
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CBRE Mid-Atlantic Head John Germano Leaving Firm After 17 Years

CBRE Executive Managing Director John Germano, who leads the firm's 1,500-person Mid-Atlantic region, is leaving the company after 17 years....

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Skanska Lands Second Office Tenant At 99 M Spec Project
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Skanska Lands Second Office Tenant At 99 M Spec Project

Skanska is building leasing momentum on its Capitol Riverfront spec office development after landing its first tenant earlier this month. The...

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D.C. Selects Developer For 187-Unit Hebrew Home Project In Petworth
News 2 months ago
D.C. Selects Developer For 187-Unit Hebrew Home Project In Petworth

D.C. has selected a team to redevelop Petworth's historic Hebrew Home into a 187-unit affordable housing development. Mayor Muriel Bowser on...

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D.C.'s CRE Industry Pauses To Watch Solar Eclipse
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D.C.'s CRE Industry Pauses To Watch Solar Eclipse

Throughout the country, people stopped what they were doing Monday afternoon to see the solar eclipse, and D.C.'s commercial real estate industry...

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Thayer Lodging President Sees Hospitality Slowdown, Says Worst Is Yet To Come
News 2 months ago
Thayer Lodging President Sees Hospitality Slowdown, Says Worst Is Yet To Come

Nationwide hospitality revenue has begun to slow down midway through the third quarter, and one top hotel executive expects it will get even worse....

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CREG Buys 259-Acre Anne Arundel Site From Exelon, Plans 1M SF Industrial Development
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CREG Buys 259-Acre Anne Arundel Site From Exelon, Plans 1M SF Industrial Development

Chesapeake Real Estate Group is planning a major development on a 259-acre Anne Arundel County site it just acquired. The Baltimore-based developer...

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Hyattsville Apartment Community Trades For $10.3M
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Hyattsville Apartment Community Trades For $10.3M

A 94-unit Hyattsville apartment complex has traded hands for $10.3M. Baltimore-based Signature Properties bought the Courtyard Park apartments from...

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ULI To Recognize EagleBank CEO Ron Paul With Lifetime Achievement Award
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ULI To Recognize EagleBank CEO Ron Paul With Lifetime Achievement Award

One of Washington's top bankers, who also develops real estate and invests in local companies, will be recognized this fall for his long and...

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Crystal City Promotes Workplace Wellness
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Crystal City Promotes Workplace Wellness

More than just a hub for established companies and their talented workforces, Crystal City provides a community where the spirit of innovation can...

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CoStar Moves To Dismiss Xceligent's Antitrust Countersuit
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CoStar Moves To Dismiss Xceligent's Antitrust Countersuit

CoStar Group is asking a Missouri judge to dismiss the countersuit Xceligent filed against the data giant in late June alleging the company had...

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Practice Makes Perfect: 6 New Sports Training Facilities Opening Across The Country
News 2 months ago
Practice Makes Perfect: 6 New Sports Training Facilities Opening Across The Country

While they do not always generate as much buzz, practice facilities are a vital component for sports franchises. Both in college and in the pros,...

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Asana Partners Buys 6 More Alexandria Retail Properties
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Asana Partners Buys 6 More Alexandria Retail Properties

After breaking into the Alexandria market with a rapid series of Old Town retail acquisitions beginning in December, Charlotte-based Asana Partners...

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Mark Lerner Undergoes Surgery To Remove Cancer From Leg
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Mark Lerner Undergoes Surgery To Remove Cancer From Leg

Lerner Enterprises principal Mark Lerner, also a principal owner of the Washington Nationals, is recovering from a bout with cancer that began in...

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H Street Group Pitches Major Hechinger Mall Development As Activity Moves Down Corridor
News 2 months ago
H Street Group Pitches Major Hechinger Mall Development As Activity Moves Down Corridor

Five major thoroughfares, and the District's east-moving development wave, all meet at an apex in Northeast D.C. where a 36-year-old suburban-style...

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The Wharf Gets Its First Rooftop Bar And Lounge
News 2 months ago
The Wharf Gets Its First Rooftop Bar And Lounge

The Wharf is less than two months from its grand opening, and the Hoffman-Madison Waterfront development team has just signed its first rooftop bar...

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Jair Lynch Sells 5 Affordable Housing Properties For $53M
News 2 months ago
Jair Lynch Sells 5 Affordable Housing Properties For $53M

Jair Lynch Real Estate Partners has sold five affordable housing properties totaling 482 units throughout the District to separate buyers for a...

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Inspector General Audit Finds D.C. Has Mismanaged Its Real Estate
News 2 months ago
Inspector General Audit Finds D.C. Has Mismanaged Its Real Estate

The District has wasted millions of taxpayer dollars due to mismanagement of its real estate portfolio, a new Inspector General audit found....

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Metro Seeking Developers For Alexandria Bus Garage Site
News 2 months ago
Metro Seeking Developers For Alexandria Bus Garage Site

WMATA is looking for a private company to buy and develop a two-acre bus garage site in Old Town Alexandria as private developers move forward with...

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Rally to Rise!
News 2 months ago
Rally to Rise!

Last night, we headed to Vinoteca on U Street for Project Rise's launch party, Rally to Rise! We snapped Project Rise co-founder and Financial...

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The Art of the Chalice!
News 2 months ago
The Art of the Chalice!

Last Thursday night, we headed to the Reagan Building's Atrium for Stella Artois' The Art of the Chalice! We snapped the American Bankers...

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Salon Owner Plans To Open American Restaurant In Vacant Shaw Storefront
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Salon Owner Plans To Open American Restaurant In Vacant Shaw Storefront

One of D.C.'s hottest dining neighborhoods could be getting a new American restaurant later this year. Victoria Manages, the owner of Shaw's Salon...

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