The law requires developers to put down a deposit for unforeseen repairs needed by owners, yet the it can be very difficult for owners to get their hands on the money.
Apr 21, 2006 Washington City Paper
In Washington, D.C., "siteseeing" has proved increasingly alluring as construction projects abound.
Apr 12, 2006 Washington City Paper
Washington, D.C., northern Virginia, and suburban Maryland compete for everything else -- why not transit dollars? Will transit funding for the Virginia airport leave Maryland behind?
Apr 11, 2006 The Washington Post
A Washington, D.C. non-profit provides potential homebuyers with invaluable preparation, from financing to interior design.
Apr 1, 2006 Washington City Paper
Reporting to work at four in the morning is a pleasure for Larry Taylor, whose story reflects the history of the city through which he drives.
Mar 27, 2006 International Herald Tribune
How should the D.C. area handle its explosive growth? Columnist Steven Pearlstein has some ideas.
Mar 21, 2006 The Washington Post
A plan to spruce up D.C.'s Anacostia River has some residents anxious. Slated for a grand renewal project... the area stands at the juncture of poverty and opportunity.
Mar 18, 2006 Grist Magazine
Although the future Washington Nationals' stadium successfully breaks from the retro design trend in stadium architecture, it ultimately disappoints, according to critic Benjamin Forgey.
Mar 16, 2006 The Washington Post
The D.C. U.S. Attorney's Office proudly details success stories from cleaning up "nuisance properties" -- including crack houses -- on its website. But the results are mixed, at best.
Mar 12, 2006 Washington City Paper
Expert sports economist Mark Rosentraub analyzes lessons learned from D.C.'s recent stadium deal.
Feb 13, 2006 The Wall Street Journal