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Architect Shalom Baranes Associates Enters Affordable Housing Niche

Architect Shalom Baranes Associates Enters Affordable Housing Niche

The District is about to get even more affordable apartments. This month, developers started work on the Channing E. Phillips Homes, an eight-story building which will bring 56 much needed affordable apartments to the historic Shaw neighborhood.…

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Luxury Apartments Open in Historic Shaw Neighborhood

Luxury Apartments Open in Historic Shaw Neighborhood

D.C.’s Shaw neighborhood is now home to a new luxury apartment building. The Colonel officially opened its doors to the public on May 21.…

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Cinépolis USA Coming to Loudoun County in 2016

Cinépolis USA Coming to Loudoun County in 2016

Cinépolis USA is coming to Virginia. The theater chain will anchor the Avonlea Town Center, a $70 million mixed-use development in Loudoun County.…

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30-Story Apartment Tower Now Open in Tysons Corner

30-Story Apartment Tower Now Open in Tysons Corner

How does the development fit into the mixed-use urban expansion project at Tysons Corner?…

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New Condo Development to Open in Silver Spring This Fall

New Condo Development to Open in Silver Spring This Fall

If you’re looking to buy a new condominium in Silver Spring, you’re in luck. Octave 1320, a new condo development at 1320 Fenwick Lane, is now entering the final stretch of construction. The community is scheduled to open this fall.…

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New Neighborhood Breaks Ground in Rockville, Md.

New Neighborhood Breaks Ground in Rockville, Md.

Development project kicks off new Smart Growth Initiative.…

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National Harbor’s First Rental Apartment Development to Celebrate Grand Opening

National Harbor’s First Rental Apartment Development to Celebrate Grand Opening

National Harbor, the 350-acre mixed-use development, which opened in 2008 on the banks of the Potomac River, is about to get its first rental apartment community. …

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TODAY’S DEALS: Capital One Bank Closes $90M Construction Loan in Washington, D.C.

TODAY’S DEALS: Capital One Bank Closes $90M Construction Loan in Washington, D.C.

Capital One Bank announced that it has closed a $90 million construction loan for Grosvenor Americas’ mixed-use project in the Capitol Riverfront District; and Granite Investment sold senior housing properties for $23.4 million. …

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Investors Buy Two Fully Leased Shopping Centers in Greater Washington

Investors Buy Two Fully Leased Shopping Centers in Greater Washington

Investors have snatched up two more shopping centers in the Greater Washington area. The properties traded for a little over $50 million.…

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Atapco Sells Four-Building Industrial Portfolio for $50.6M

Atapco Sells Four-Building Industrial Portfolio for $50.6M

[ Steeplechase 95 International Business Park ] At the end of April, Atapco Properties, Inc., a wholly owned subsidiary of American Trading and Production Corporation, announced the sale of four industrial buildings at its Steeplechase 95 International Business Park, in Capitol Heights. The portfolio was sold in two related transactions,…

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More Affordable Housing Coming to D.C.

More Affordable Housing Coming to D.C.

The District is determined to create more affordable housing for its residents. Last month, Mayor Muriel Bowser attended several events that highlighted the city’s commitment to this initiative.…

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Redbrick, David Werner Buy 2,175-Unit Apartment Portfolio in Fairfax County

Redbrick, David Werner Buy 2,175-Unit Apartment Portfolio in Fairfax County

After registering several important transactions in April, the Greater Washington apartment market ended the month in full force, with the sale of a 2,175-unit multifamily portfolio in Fairfax County.…

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