Local author Susan Coll talks with Kojo about her satirical take on relationships and real estate in her new novel 'The Stager.'
President Barack Obama signed a small change to the Height Act which won't much alter the shape of D.C.'s skyline.
Reston, Va. turns 50 years old this years year, and the town's 100-year-old founder Robert Simon explains how the community right near Dulles International Airport came to be.
Kojo sits down with architect Roger Lewis and Monty Hoffman, a lead developer of D.C's ambitious Southwest Waterfront redevelopment project, to talk about the future of the 27-acre site.
Few groups are awaiting the opening of the Silver Line as anxiously as developers in Tysons Corner, Va., where office and rental spaces await an influx of occupants.
Some people are looking at the more than 1,000 vacant buildings in D.C., many in Ward 8, and how they can be utilized to address the city's growing problem in affordable housing.
Alexandria city officials have threatened to seize parking spots from the Old Dominion Boat Club using eminent domain, and now the club's members are voting whether to take a compromise or fight back.
Kojo and architect Roger Lewis explore how design can capture — or completely ignore — the spirit, history and culture of the spaces where we work and live.
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