A study released by Casey Trees Endowment Fund calculates the economic value of foliage
Aug 6, 2005 The Washington Post
Officials have are investigating violations by the developer of what was supposed to be "traditional architectural styling" in Clarksburg Town Center.
Aug 5, 2005 The Washington Post
A dramatic vote in favor of far-reaching growth controls in Loudon County surprises observers.
Jul 24, 2005 The Washington Post
The National Capital Revitalization Corp. is being sued by the owners of the Skyland Shopping Center to prevent redevelopment of the property.
Jul 15, 2005 The Washington Post
National landmarks and government buildings can be aesthetically pleasing as well as provide protection from terrorist attacks. So, why are so few utilizing those tools?
Jul 6, 2005 Wall St. Journal
The carpooling practice of picking up strangers might be facing extinction if a new bill is signed that will allow single-drivers access to HOV lanes.
Jun 22, 2005 The Washington Post
Many D.C. area renters are being forced out of their apartments to make way for the condo craze.
Jun 8, 2005 The Washington Post
How did 9/11 and the bursting of the stock-market bubble transform Washington D.C.'s sleepy real estate market?
May 28, 2005 Wall St. Journal
Does unreliable data and analysis result in hidden taxes in the form of higher costs for infrastructure?
May 18, 2005 American Planning Association
Washington D.C.'s New Communities program sells market rate housing to help subsidize adjacent low-income homes, but do the city's poor really benefit?
May 18, 2005 The Washington Post