5 DC Projects That Will Make Architecture Fans Cheer

The cherry blossoms have sprung, so it’s hard for any of DC’s palatial buildings not to look magical this time of year. Still, the area has some fascinating structures and renovations on tap. Here are five of the projects we're looking forward to the most. The days of watching a Washington Redskins home game at FedEx Field in Landover, MD, are numbered. Owner Dan Snyder made an important recruit last year when commissioning Danish architecture firm Bjarke Ingels Group to design a brand-new stadium...

Women's History Month Profile: Lincoln Property Co.'s Elaine Clancy

Lincoln Property Co SVP Elaine Clancy hasn’t climbed to executive roles in this industry by getting comfortable at a stable company or with a conventional career path. Maybe it was her upbringing as an Air Force brat—attending 13 different schools between kindergarten and high school—that instilled a craving for variety and multi-faceted challenges. Whatever the reason, Elaine continues to find success with her versatility, pursuing a number of different career paths and interests on her way to...

Why Tysons Is Decades Away from Where It Should Be, and Why That's OK

Tysons residents have much to anticipate before the community’s completion. Still, even though the blueprints for each pocket of Tysons may take decades to fully realize, it’s easy to see significant and shiny changes. For the 4-1-1 of what’s to come, join us for our Tysons Tidal Wave! on Tuesday, March 22, at 7:30am at 8280 Greensboro Dr. Aaron Georgelas, managing partner at Georgelas Group and a speaker on the event’s executive outlook panel, says his firm’s shovels have already been in the ground...

The Mayor's $100M a Year for Affordable Housing Isn't Close to Enough

With more Millennials and other out-of-towners moving into the District for a taste of the fast-paced life in our nation’s capital, combined with “up-and-coming” neighborhoods sprouting like weeds—along with their rents—Washington, DC, faces an escalating affordable housing issue. To tackle these issues, we’re hosting our Fifth Annual Affordable Housing Forum on Thursday, March 24. One of our speakers, Enterprise Community Partners VP David Bowers (snapped at our forum last year), says that whi

How Metro Has Supercharged Tyson's Growth

The Metro’s debut—with four shiny new Silver Line stops—changed everything for Tysons. These days, the upscale community is well on its way to becoming a full-fledged metropolis, the true downtown of Fairfax County. That's why we're hosting Tysons Tidal Wave on March 22 at 8280 Greensboro Dr at 7:30am. One speaker is Michael Abrams, an SVP at Foulger-Pratt, who closed a deal at our event last year by popping out of the audience waving a deposit check to buy a piece of the 1.5M SF Tysons Central...
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