Alexandria city leaders have adopted new zoning for the waterfront, but that hasn't stopped legal challenges from moving forward.
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Minimum-wage earners in D.C., Maryland and Virginia need to work three full-time jobs in order fair market rent on a two bedroom apartment, according to a study, amongst the highest in the nation.
The plan, which has drawn two years of heated debates and discussions, will almost triple the density at three waterfront sites, and will overturn a longstanding ban on waterfront hotels.
After more than two years of heated debate, Alexandria leaders are moving forward with a proposal to increase density and allow hotel development on the waterfront.
Alexandria city leaders are about to cast a vote that could dramatically reshape Old Town for decades to come.
About a dozen Woodbridge families displaced from their trailers due to storm flooding are closer to rebuilding their lives, after a court settlement last week.
As Ward 5's industrial zone moves toward a transformation, Echostage, the city's largest concert venue, is undergoing its own renovation.
Plans are underway to redevelop a 15-block section of southwest D.C., and in doing so, link two of the city's key attractions.
There may be no part of D.C. that's seen more change over the past century than Southwest. And developers are in the midst of more work they hope will make the area a true waterfront destination.
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