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Washington Post: Which D.C. neighborhood can boast the biggest millennial growth?

By now, everyone knows that millennials love D.C. and D.C. – the former mayor included! – seems to love its newly arrived millennials. Between 2010 and 2012, the District saw a net average gain of 12,583 people, ages 25 to 34, each year, the biggest increase in the country, according to a Brookings Institution analysis of census data. http://www.washingtonpost.com/news/local/wp/2015/03/20/which-d-c-neighborhood-can-boast-the-biggest-millennial-growth/

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Hill Now: Renters Are Gravitating Toward Hip Neighborhoods Like the H Street Corridor

Last week, rental home search site Zumper named D.C. the fourth most expensive city in the country for renters, and predictably, Georgetown and Foggy Bottom ranked as the priciest neighborhoods in the city. But, these aren’t the neighborhoods where we’ve been seeing the most interest from tenants. http://www.hillnow.com/2015/03/19/tenants-are-gravitating-toward-hip-neighborhoods-like-the-h-street-corridor/

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Washington Business Journal: Douglas Development’s Uline Redo is a go, as is Bundy Development’s Gateway project

It’s been a long time coming, but Douglas Development’sresurrection of the Uline Arena will soon be underway in earnest. The permit, issued Wednesday, calls for renovation and repair of two historic buildings (Uline and the Ice House), renovation and repair to one non-historic building and the construction of a 168-space parking garage to create a […]

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Next City: When Gentrification’s Neighborhood Name Game Runs Into True Identity

Back in the day, before the trendy Northeast Washington, D.C., neighborhood NoMa was a thing, it was a post-industrial area in the shadow of Union Station. James Curtis, founder and managing partner of real estate firm The Bristol Group, says there only were three “landmarks” to speak of in the 1990s: a McDonalds, a Greyhound […]

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District Source: The Highline at Union Market Readies for Zoning Hearing

The new mixed-use project–to be known as The Highline at Union Market–proposed for the current site of a Burger King fast food chain at 320 Florida Ave., NE between Union Market and NoMa went before the D.C. Zoning Commission Monday night for a cursory review. In all developer Level 2 is requesting zoning relief or […]

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DCist: About Tonight: March 10, 2015

DEVELOPMENT: This week’s edition of “Nerds in NoMa” will feature representatives from Edens, REI, Perseus, and JBG discussing future retail development in the neighborhood. Free beer and wine included. Sausages and brats from Federal City Brothers will be available for purchase. The Lobby Project (1200 First Street NE) 6-8 p.m. Free, but RSVP here. http://dcist.com/2015/03/about_tonight_799.php

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Hill Now: REI, Developers to Talk Retail at ‘Nerds in NoMa’ Event Tonight

REI and real estate developers will give NoMa residents an inside look tonight at the outdoor goods store coming to the neighborhood, plus other retail on the way. The next “Nerds in NoMa” discussion is scheduled for 6 to 8 p.m. Tuesday. The NoMa Business Improvement District will host the discussion as part of a speaker series. http://www.hillnow.com/2015/03/10/rei-developers-to-talk-retail-at-nerds-in-noma-event/

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Globe Street: Trilogy NoMa Trading for $210M

WASHINGTON, DC—After placing Trilogy NoMA on the market last November, the Dallas-based Mill Creek Residential Trust has found a buyer, a source tellsGlobeSt.com: a JV between JBG Cos. and CBRE Global Investors is purchasing the 603-unit, three building complex for $210 million, or $348,259 per unit. JBG Cos. and Mill Creek did not return GlobeSt.com’s […]

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Nerds in NoMa: Only Two Left This Season

What’s Next in Retail, and SpeakeasyDC’s Professional Storytellers Washington, D.C., March 9, 2015 – Don’t put your pocket protector away yet, because there are two more Nerds in NoMa events in NoMa in March. Tomorrow, a powerhouse panel of speakers will discuss upcoming retail development in the vibrant and growing NoMa neighborhood in Next in […]

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Citybizlist: Nerds in NoMa Panel to Discuss What’s Next in NoMa Retail

A powerhouse panel of speakers will discuss upcoming retail development in the vibrant and growing NoMa neighborhood on Tuesday as part of a free speaker series that explores fresh, D.C.-centric topics. Attendees will “hear about the movie theaters, shops, and restaurants on the horizon, and the flagship REI location coming to historic Uline Arena in […]

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