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News Archive 2006 – 2008

Developers Present Plans for Tenleytown Project
By Jonathan O’Connell, Washington Business Journal, 02/29/08

Giving Up on Smart Growth — Adventures in Tenleytown
By Marc Fisher, Washington Post, 02/20/08

Three Teams Vie for Tenleytown Project
By Jonathan O’Connell, Washington Business Journal, 01/09/08

DC Uses Tenleytown Site to Entice New Development
By Jonathan O’Connell, Washington Business Journal, 11/09/07

Office of Planning to Release Tenley RFP
By David Loebsack, DCmud Blog, 10/26/07

Residents Fear Bank Boom is Leaving DC None the Richer
By Paul Schwartzman, Washington Post, 10/15/07

Tearing Down a DC Library, Only to Build It Back Up
By Elissa Silverman, Washington Post, 10/04/07

The Kojo Nnamdi Show
WAMU 88.5 FM, 07/20/07

At Uptown, Sundays to Get a Dose of Divinity
By Jacqueline L. Salmon, Washington Post, 07/20/07

Gone Parkin’
Op-ed by Donald Shoup, New York Times, 03/29/07

Plan It, Harriet: D.C.’s new planning boss sets her sights on making the city affordable, walkable
By Prabha Natarajan, Washington Business Journal, 03/23/07

Next Stop, Tysons
By the Washington Post, 02/18/07

Library Darts and Laurels
Blog entry by Marc Fisher, Washington Post, 02/12/07

Why Don’t You Walk More?
By Sue Anne Pressley Montes, Washington Post, 02/05/07

Cities Rediscover Allure of Streetcars
By Haya El Nasser, USA Today, 01/10/07

Transit Saves Commuters Hundreds, Saves Economy Billions
By Stephanie I. Cohen, MarketWatch from Dow Jones, 01/09/07

Mayor Fenty, Please Sweat the Small Stuff
By Marc Fisher, Washington Post, 01/02/07

Many of Williams’s Officials Will Serve Fenty
By Elissa Silverman, Washington Post, 12/29/06

DC Bike Station Proposed
By Dr. Gridlock, Washington Post, 12/12/06

No Such Things as “Free” Parking
By James A. Bacon for Bacon’s Rebellion

Car Sharing Picks up Speed — and Groceries
By Eric M. Weiss, Washington Post, 11/30/07

New Look at Old Convention Center
By Dana Hedgpeth, Washington Post, 11/27/06

Developers: Thumbs up for Green Building Mandate
By Sean Madigan, Washington Business Journal, 11/17/06

DC Moves to Become Pioneer in Forcing “Green” Construction
By Nikita Stewart, Washington Post, 11/16/06

A Primer on “Green”
By the Washington Post, 11/16/06

Remade City Centers
By Kim Hart, Washington Post, 11/13/06

More Urban, Less Village
By Kim Hart, Washington Post, 11/13/06

Stranger Than Fiction? Having People Live on Top of Branch Libraries
By Janny Scott, the New York Times, 11/13/06

No Parking: Condos Leave Out Cars
By Linda Baker, New York Times, 11/12/06

Development Drives Election
By Amy Doolittle, Washington Times, 11/3/06

How Will the USA Cope With Unprecedented Growth?
By Haya El Nasser, USA Today, 10/29/06

Planner: Area Needs More Jobs and Homes Near Transit
By Darci Marchese, WTOP Radio, 10/19/06

Split Aired on Development Guidelines
By Nikita Stewart, Washington Post, 9/27/06

The Downtown Drag
By Steven Pearlstein, Washington Post, 9/8/06

Residents, Interest Groups Comment on Building Blueprint
By Nikita Stewart, Washington Post, 6/14/06

Preserve History, Not Random Old Stuff
By Marc Fisher, Washington Post, 5/25/06

Activists Prefer Car Lots to High-Rises
By Elissa Silverman, Washington Post, 4/9/06