We can’t go back to our pre-pandemic ways of thinking. Business as usual won’t do. The workforce won’t tolerate the old ways, and they shouldn’t have to. People in the U.S. and around the world finally began to comprehend what globalization means, how vulnerable we are as human beings and as a planet. Our priorities have shifted – I believe for good, and for the better.Lulu Gordon, Senior Vice President & General Counsel, EB5 Capital
MRP Realty, developer of Dock 79 near Nationals Park, has made a bunch of amendments to the next phase of its Capitol Riverfront development plan as it heads toward a Jan. 23 hearing with D.C.’s Zoning Commission.
The developer and its partner, Florida Rock Properties Inc., want to build a marina on the Anacostia with one fixed pier and three floating piers as part of the 71 Potomac project, according to filings with the city Tuesday. MRP is seeking flexibility on marina phasing so it can accurately assess the market demand for boat slips.
An old warehouse space with distinctive roofline would be a unique retail outlet for the District.
A Stockholm-based developer is bringing a touch of Scandinavia to NoMa.
Skanska USA Commercial Development has just started work on its first residential building in Greater Washington, what it calls Resa — the Swedish word for “journey.” The 12-story, 326-unit luxury building, with 10,000 square feet of amenity space and 7,000 square feet of ground-floor retail, will be located at 22 M St. NE.
Kettler Inc., the master developer behind the proposed Market Terminal project near Union Market, has sharpened its vision for the massive development ahead of what should be its final approval.
The 1.25 million-square-foot, two-phase project, scheduled for an Oct. 20 hearing before the D.C. Zoning Commission, is planned for a 5-acre site south and east of New York Avenue and west of Fourth Street NE. The assemblage, less than two blocks west of the Union Market building, is home to a series of warehouses, only one of which is owned by Kettler.