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D.C.’s Georgia Avenue Corridor Appears Ready for Redevelopment

Washington, D.C.-based Neighborhood Development Co.’s proposed project on Georgia Avenue is the latest example of increased redevelopment in the district’s Georgia Avenue corridor, according to the Washington Business Journal. “We think it’s the next major growth area for the city,” says Adrian Washington, founder and chief executive officer of Neighborhood Development. “DuPont Circle happened 30 years ago, then Logan Circle 20

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Construction to Begin on Light Street Project

Construction is ready to begin on a $33 million residential, office and retail development called 1111 Light Street, which is bounded by Light, Cross, Weber and William streets in South Baltimore, according to The Baltimore Sun. The development will include 93 luxury apartments; 22,000 square feet of office space; 6,000 square feet of retail space; and 106 parking spaces. It is

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D.C. Convention Center Hotel Moves Forward

After long delays, officials plan to break ground on the $520 million Marriott Marquis on Ninth Street and Northwest in Washington, D.C., adjacent to the Walter E. Washington Convention Center, according to The Washington Post. The 1,175-room convention center hotel project has spanned 19 years, three mayoral administrations and various lawsuits. The hotel, which is being developed by Quadrangle Development Corp.,

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Board Approves Suburban Hospital Expansion

The Montgomery County board of appeals ruled Oct. 20 that Suburban Hospital can proceed with its controversial expansion plans, according to bethesda.patch.com. The $230 million hospital expansion project includes adding 300,000 square feet to the hospital, as well as a nearly 1,200-space garage. However, the board also ruled that the hospital only may remove less than half of the 23 houses

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