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Trump To Turn D.C.'s Old Post Office Into Luxury Hotel

Donald Trump is coming to the District for a new project, and it's not a reality television show.

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Alexandria Waterfront Opponents Keep Battling In Court

Opponents of Alexandria's waterfront plan are continuing their legal challenge to the proposal.

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District Artists Fear Loss Of Homes, Livelihood

Artists at 52 O Street are fearing some major changes, as the landlord considers transforming part of the building in to a hostel.
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D.C. Housing Agency Fires Staffer After Reports Of Misspent Funds

D.C.'s housing agency has fired and employee and District officials are now launching an investagion after allegations that a local nonprofit misspent millions of dollars in affordable housing funds. 

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The Latino Neighborhood Of Chirilagua Braces For Change

Residents in the working class neighborhood of Arlandria-Chirilagua say their neighborhood is going to change dramatically now that the Alexandria City Council has approved a major new development for the area.

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Alexandria Approves Waterfront Plan

The City of Alexandria approved a massive waterfront redevelopment plan Saturday, but the plan's opponents say they will not give up their fight. 

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Arlington Property Values Continue To Rise

Property values in Arlington County are continuing to rise from last year.

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Alexandria City Council Prepares To Vote On Waterfront Plan

The Alexandria City Council is preparing to vote on a comprehensive redevelopment plan for its waterfront. The plan has been more than a year in the making, and some opponents are still trying to derail the changes.

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Metro's Green Line Has Been Business Boon For D.C.

The Capitol Riverfront neighborhood in Southeast D.C. wants to see the economic benefits of Metro's green line keep spreading down the line.

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Maryland To Offer Preferential Funding For Smart Growth

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Maryland governor Martin O'Malley has issued an executive order which will rein in funding for projects in the state that the government believes contribute to the problem of urban sprawl.

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