Hill East Neighborhood

  • From Nothing to Mixed-Use

    An undeveloped site in D.C.’s Hill East neighborhood is on its way to becoming a mixed-use development. The 21,092-square-foot parcel was recently acquired by a local developer, which now plans to turn it into the new home for “a very unique project.”

    Washington Dc 15 July 2015 11:36

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