D.C.'s commitment to mixed-income development runs aground at the Lincoln Heights New Communities project.
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A developer wants to build on a parking lot in Spring Valley. Not so fast, says some neighbors: That parking lot is an historic landmark.
The corridor is exactly the type of place that a streetcar is designed to boost.
More than six years after the District Opportunity to Purchase Act became law, it's never been used.
One year after Relisha Rudd's disappearance, has The Community Partnership done enough to change?
And will it?
“I can sum it up in one word: abandonment.”
A new year, a new mayor, a fresh start. At least that's what we're told.
The best, the worst, and everything in between in D.C. development news.
Now that some growth is coming to the neighborhood, residents hope to manage it.