Government Agencies Reveal Plans To Transform Downtown DC

Law360, New York (July 13, 2012, 6:21 PM EDT) -- A multibillion-dollar green project proposed by government agencies could bring as much as 5 million square feet of new office, residential and hotel space to downtown Washington, according to a National Capital Planning Commission draft report released Thursday.

The commission and a consortium of 17 federal and District of Columbia agencies released the report to seek public comment on their redevelopment plans, dubbed the SW Ecodistrict Initiative, which would transform a 110-acre area just south of the National Mall with new sustainable buildings and walkable space....
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