Not Quite Ready for Some Football

May 2012
Architect;May2012, Vol. 101 Issue 5, p68
The article focuses on the transformation of fallow land in Washington, D.C. into homes, offices, and entertainment uses as the city faces an economic boom and decline in crime. Topics include the economic condition of the Reservation 13 in the city's Hill East section, the investment granted for the redevelopment of the Reservation 13, and the impact of the Great Recession in the city's redevelopment plans.


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