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Jun 6, 2023 - News

D.C. has picked a design for its 14th and U makeover

Side by side: The current Reeves Center building next to a rendering of a glassy, new building to replace it

The current Reeves Center building (left) and a rendering of the redevelopment. Images: Courtesy Office of the Deputy Mayor for Planning and Economic Development.

A Dave Chappelle-backed comedy club is going up at 14th and U streets, part of a major redevelopment in the neighborhood.

Why it matters: The project will transform a marquee corner on the U Street corridor that's currently occupied by the hulking Reeves Center municipal building.

What’s new and what’s coming to Adams Morgan

Adams Morgan is booming. Photo: Marvin Joseph/The Washington Post via Getty Images

Adams Morgan is booming. Photo: Marvin Joseph/The Washington Post via Getty Images

Adams Morgan is booming with nearly 20 businesses having opened recently or coming soon to the historic D.C. neighborhood — many of them are local and independent.

Why it matters: AdMo had always been known for nightlife, but as development dollars and energy moved east or to the waterfronts, it felt less cool.

Cuneyt Dil
May 12, 2023 - Development

European company wants to build a huge waterpark in D.C.

A winding, woodsy path is envisioned in this concept for D.C. Rendering: Courtesy of Therme/DS+R.

A European wellness company wants to bring its waterpark, thermal bathing, and spa resort to D.C.

Why it matters: The concept of a uniquely vast wellness campus spanning up to 600,000 square feet might make you wonder — is this for real?

Here's what's coming to Skyland Town Center after its redevelopment

Rendering: Chris Kennedy, courtesy of WC Smith.

After nearly a decade, the Skyland Town Center redevelopment near the Hillcrest neighborhood has its final phase in sight.

Why it matters: The 18-acre project off of Good Hope Road and Alabama Ave. SE was slated for an upgrade in 2013 as part of neighborhood revitalization but saw extensive delays until 2018 when developers Rappaport and WC Smith began construction.

Cuneyt Dil
May 1, 2023 - Development

H Street set for big makeover with largest development coming

The H Street NE AutoZone and its large surface parking lot would turn into 200 apartments under a new redevelopment proposal.

  • Units facing an alley space will be walk-ups with front yards. Plans call for largely one-bedrooms and about 11,000 square feet of retail space.
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