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Michael Neibauer


Arlington, VA, United States

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Past articles by Michael:

Jamestown sells off a square block of Capitol Riverfront, huge residential project planned

Farewell, Congressional Square. We hardly knew ye. And in related news, 37 L St. SE has sold, too. → Read More

Penzance, Arlington come to terms over future of western Rosslyn

It's the end of the neighborhood as we know it. We're fine. → Read More

Reston’s smallest village center is withering. Retail isn’t the answer, but housing might be.

Jefferson Apartment Group will bring new residential to a shopping center that's been slowing dying since 1990. → Read More

D.C. will move central library to a downtown office building during MLK renovation

But it means a major reduction in space, to the tune of 93 percent. → Read More

Major changes coming to a low-rise Rosslyn corner

Queens Court will be replaced by something much, much larger. → Read More

This huge USPS shop in Eckington had a historic purpose. Next life, U-Haul?

Its location so close to the Rhode Island Avenue Metro suggests the building is ideal for mixed-use, but the new owner likely isn't headed in that direction. → Read More

Loudoun to study design guidelines for all nonresidential buildings

It's "insane" to have no standards for data centers and the like near Silver Line Metro stations, the proponent of the motion said. An opponent called it "not business friendly." → Read More

Pedestrian promenade planned for Eckington Yards will be for drivers, too

The promenade planned for this huge D.C. project is more a shared street than a place for walkers. → Read More

D.C. court rejects Brookland project for a third and possibly final time

Menkiti Group's 901 Monroe was supported by various neighborhood groups and the Office of Planning, but neighbors within 200 feet of the site were vocal in their opposition. → Read More

Loudoun may get its sports tournament facility after all. Thanks to this developer, it won’t cost anything.

In exchange for hundreds of residential units, one developer will build Loudoun a flexible tournament facility with basketball, volleyball courts and bleacher seating. → Read More

The pitch to replace Park Morton public housing in Park View with mixed-income communities

A pair of new developments, several blocks apart, will bring the end of Park Morton, while replacing its public housing units one-for-one. → Read More

The latest on McMillan: A playground, a plaza and a slap on the wrist

A D.C. Council committee raps the executive for "miscommunication" over the massive development. But the project is moving forward, unless a court stops it. → Read More

Washington Business Journal Crane Watch

Welcome to Crane Watch WBJ, our interactive map with details of every major construction project underway in the District — name, address, description, size, architect, cost (where we have it) and expected delivery. → Read More

A higher tax for Metro? Regionwide campaign to back dedicated funding expected in the fall

It is unclear what the dedicated funding will look like, but one leader said a sales tax is "always at the top of the list of candidates." → Read More

D.C. takes first step toward new jail. There are hints of where it may go.

The D.C. jail is a mess, and it sits on prime real estate. The city is planning for a new one, perhaps somewhere else. → Read More

Foulger-Pratt and NoMa BID partner on hybrid development, park site

The acquisition, another from Pepco, will result not only in a new mixed-use project but also the critical straightening of the Metropolitan Branch Trail. → Read More

The state of the downtown D.C. economy: A mixed-bag

How Class B and C office buildings, the federal Height Act and "Man of La Mancha" play into the downtown economy. → Read More

A tunnel would improve Metro access for thousands in NoMa, but at what cost?

A pedestrian tunnel linking the east side of the railroad tracks with the NoMa-Gallaudet Metro station has moved beyond the feasibility stage. → Read More

Huge NoMa project replaces 'insular' site with 'true mixed-use'

High Street Residential, a Trammell Crow subsidiary, has released its plans for the Central Armature Works. → Read More

EastBanc withdraws citywide zoning change it proposed to support Georgetown project

It has offered a different proposal and shrunk its project. → Read More