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16 Things to Do Around DC Virtual and IRL

From DCist: THINGS TO DO AROUND DC: SUNDAY, NOV. 6 FEMINIST REVENGE: Dracula: A Feminist Revenge Fantasy, Really may be based on Bram Stoker’s classic tale, but it’s not particularly concerned with the titular vampire. Instead, Kate Hamill’s feminist reimagining is […]

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Sink your teeth into one of these ‘Dracula’ stagings

From MD Theatre Guide: Rorschach’s “Dracula” delivers the feminist revenge fantasy it promises with a witty, relentless, and bloody satisfying attack on the patriarchy. Loosely based on Bram Stoker’s Dracula, playwright Kate Hamill turns the tables on the classic tale’s unquestioned male […]

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See Or Skip: Four More Plays We Saw At D.C. Theaters In October

From DCist: Dracula: A Feminist Revenge Fantasy, Really Review by Nicole Hertvik Spooky season is officially here and Rorschach Theatre is going all in with Kate Hamill’s Dracula, A Feminist Revenge Fantasy, Really, an adaptation of Bram Stoker’s 1897 vampire thriller. […]

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Down in the Reeds Festival is Saturday October 8th!

From Popville: “Down in the Reeds is a day-long Fall celebration and Music Festival. Our 2022 Festival is happening on Saturday October 8th from 11am – 7pm at The Parks at Walter Reed.”   “The Down in the Reeds Festival is 2 […]

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OZ Financing Propels New Projects On 66-Acre D.C. Campus Despite Rising Interest Rates

From Biznow: The Parks at Walter Reed, a 66-acre campus with an anticipated 3.1M SF of development, is about 70% completed or under construction. New projects have continued to move forward on the campus in part because of an opportunity zone […]

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The Parks At Walter Reed Events in Sept & Oct

From Petworth News: The Parks at Walter Reed hosts a ton of free events for the community, from a Farmers’ Market to outdoor movie night, to yoga and the upcoming Down in the Reeds Festival and avant garde theater. Here’s […]

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Rorschach Theatre to Present Site-Specific DRACULA in October

From Broadway World Under the direction of Rebecca Rovezzi, Rorschach Theatre’s DRACULA will perform in the appropriately haunted atmosphere of the now vacant firehouse at The Parks at Historic Walter Reed. Rorschach will transform the space into the lush, dark Victorian […]

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Financing for Aspen Square at The Parks

by Bisnow Richmond-based Capital Square has acquired a 4-year-old Woodbridge multifamily community on behalf of a Delaware Statutory Trust. The Rivergate North multifamily community in Woodbridge, Virginia. The firm acquired the 402-unit Rivergate development, located at 13175 Marina Way, for $98M, property […]

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A new festival celebrates Black-owned beers with a ‘block-party vibe’

by The Washington Post The Soul Mega Megafest is bringing diversity on Saturday to the Parks at Walter Reed.  “The goal is really to kind of merge the block party culture with the beer festival culture. We don’t normally see those two […]

DC’s The Parks at Walter Reed Signs First Retail Tenants

by Commercial Observer The first retail tenants have signed on with The Parks at Walter Reed, Hines’ 66-acre mixed-use community in Washington, D.C. When complete, the development will include more than 3.1 million square feet of new construction and adaptive reuse […]

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12 Virtual And IRL Things To Do Around D.C. This Week

by dcist EUROPEAN MUSIC: Attend the first edition of DC European Music Day, celebrating all sorts of genres from all over the European Union.  POLLINATOR WEEK: Celebrate Pollinator Week with the National Museum of Natural History. NEW EXHIBIT: Check out the very first exhibit from […]

This Week’s D.C. Deal Sheet

by Bisnow A 125-unit affordable redevelopment in Columbia Heights has landed a $25M loan from EagleBank and is slated to begin construction next month. The project by Jonathan Rose Cos. and Somerset Development Co. at 1350 Fairmont St. NW will feature 125 affordable […]

J.P. Morgan Chase Provides $75.6M Construction Loan for D.C. Apartment Project

by Rebusiness Online WASHINGTON, D.C. — J.P. Morgan Chase has provided a $75.6 million construction loan to Urban Atlantic and Triden Development Group for The Reynard, a 344-unit apartment development in Washington, D.C. The property will be part of The […]

Home Rule Music Festival keeps the spirit of Black Fire Records alive

by Michael J. West, Washington Post In the 1970s, Washington-based Black Fire Records was simultaneously an incubator and reliquary of D.C.’s African American music and culture and a living symbol of the Black Power and Black Consciousness movements. Charvis Campbell […]

D.C.’s First Wegmans Shows How Grocers Can Spur Development In Wary Communities

by Jacob Wallace, Bisnow As large mixed-used developments take shape in D.C., developers are leaning on the perceived virtue of grocery stores to help gain community support and attract apartment renters. That has been especially true at Roadside Development‘s City Ridge project, where Wegmans plans […]

Catch These Jazz And International Acts Playing Around D.C. In June

By Sriram Gopal, dcist From Duke Ellington to the Howard Theatre, Washington D.C. played a pivotal role shaping the sound and stylings of jazz — a legacy that’s endured in the city’s clubs, concert venues, and, now that it’s summer, […]

Caridad Svich’s ‘Red Bike’ stars breakout actor Brinden Banks

By Lisa Traiger, DC Metro Theater Arts Making his professional debut for Pan Underground, the 19-year-old displays astounding skill in conveying the hope, wonder, fear, and disappointment of a child. Read the full article here

Outdoor setting suits Faction of Fools’ merry ‘Missed Connections’

By Celia Wren, Washington Post A rare butterfly is winging around D.C. and a celebrity chef would like to serve it for dinner. Great news for foodies, until the chef’s hunt for the insect in a local park runs up […]

Theatre Review: ‘Missed Connections’ by Faction of Fools Theatre Company

By Kateri Pelton, MD Theatre Guide “This newly devised work perfectly encapsulated all the delight and tradition of an ancient comedy technique with relevant content and whimsical storytelling…a knockout performance” Read the full article here

Pan Underground’s popular ‘Red Bike’ block party returns May 21

by Newsdesk, DC Metro Theater Arts By popular demand, Pan Underground will throw the Red Bike Block Party again on May 21, 2022, at the Parks at Walter Reed — a one-day outdoor celebration featuring music, food, local vendors, and performances, all centered around an […]

Check out these fun family Halloween events

by Petworth News First Annual sPETacular Halloween Parade/Costume Contest The Parks at Walter Reed (Cameron Drive NW) Thanks to the Parks at Walter Reed for proving that Halloween is for furbabies too! Prizes that have been generously donated by One […]

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A Few Tweaks to the 144 Townhouses Proposed for The Parks at Walter Reed

by Nena Perry-Brown, DC Urban Turf As the redevelopment of Walter Reed churns along, a prominent component of the project is beginning the historic preservation review process. Toll Brothers has filed an updated application with the Historic Preservation Office for 144 three-bedroom townhouses and […]

The Zupancic Group of Marcus & Millichap Sets Record Price Per Unit for Multifamily Property Across From The Parks at Walter Reed

by Multifamily Biz WASHINGTON, DC – Marcus & Millichap, a leading commercial real estate brokerage firm specializing in investment sales, financing, and advisory services, announced the sale of 6921 Georgia Avenue NW, a 21-unit multifamily property, according to Brian Hosey, […]

The best things to do in the D.C. area the week of Oct. 7-13 (Down in the Reeds)

by Fritz Hahn, Chris Kelly, Anying Guo and Adele Chapin for The Washington Post’s Going Out Guide Down in the Reeds at the Parks at Walter Reed: Head to the Parks at Walter Reed, the former grounds of Walter Reed […]

10 Virtual And IRL Things To Do Around D.C. This Weekend

by Mikka Kei Macdonald, DCist SATURDAY OCTOBER 9 DOWN IN THE REEDS: This Saturday is the Down in the Reeds day-long music festival. The event, which will be held at the Parks at Walter Reed, aims to create a “fall gathering that […]

City Lights: Feel Good, Feel Great at Down in the Reeds

by Steve Kiviat, Washington City Paper Healing was the mission of the former Walter Reed Army Medical Center, so when the Down in the Reeds music festival debuted in 2019 in this space (now called the Parks at Walter Reed), […]

Santander Lends $31M for Co-Living Development in The Parks at Walter Reed

By Keith Lora, The Commercial Observer A joint venture between Hines, Urban Atlantic, Triden Development Group and Bridge Investment Group has received $30.855 million in construction financing for the development of 1115 Dahlia Street at The Parks at Walter Reed, a 66-acre redevelopment of the former Walter Reed Army […]

Jones Lang LaSalle Incorporated: $30.855M financing arranged for new co-living multi-housing development in Washington, D.C.

By Jones Lang LaSalle Inc for MarketScreener WASHINGTON, D.C., September 16, 2021 – JLL Capital Markets announced today that it has arranged $30.855 million construction financing for the development of 1115 Dahlia Street at The Parks at Walter Reed (‘1115 Dahlia […]

Construction will soon start on the final pieces of Walter Reed’s Whole Foods-anchored town center

By Alex Koma, The Washington Business Journal The developers of the massive Parks at Walter Reed project have lined up financing for two more residential buildings at the heart of its Whole Foods Market-anchored town center, clearing the way for […]

A New Neighborhood Is Growing At The Old Walter Reed Army Medical Center In D.C.

by Martin Austermuhle, DCist Earlier this summer, a surprising sound punctuated the air at the corner of Georgia Avenue and Butternut Street NW: children laughing. The sound emanated from a new playground on the southeastern edge of the old Walter Reed […]

The Parks offers a “double-header” this weekend of great family events

by Petworth News Fall is coming in as we say goodbye to summer, and The Parks at Walter Reed are offering some of the best local, outdoor events for music, film, fitness and gathering [safely] with neighbors and family.  Check […]

Walter Reed condos land financing

From The Washington Business Journal by Tristan Navera Another piece of the Parks at Walter Reed is moving ahead as the Kite House, a condominium over retail building, obtained $37.3 million in construction financing, according to JLL. The property will […]

NSO brings free “In Your Neighborhood” Series to Uptown DC, Montgomery County

By Jason Fraley for WTOP News If you work in the D.C. area, the National Symphony Orchestra will likely come to you….“We take the National Symphony Orchestra — as a whole orchestra and in small groups — out of the […]

The National Symphony Orchestra brings free music to Petworth

By Cesse Ip for Petworth News “The National Symphony Orchestra is getting back at it and is going to be in Petworth at various locations in September. These performances are FREE and showcase different instruments, ensembles and genres. All concerts […]

Hines Closes on Land to Develop Luxury Condos at The Parks at Walter Reed

By Prince of Petworth for Popville “Hines, Urban Atlantic and Triden Development Group announced today they have closed on one acre at The Parks at Walter Reed to develop Kite House, a 109-unit luxury condominium property. Grosvenor Americas provided financing […]

National Symphony Orchestra’s IN YOUR NEIGHBORHOOD Returns This September

by A.A Cristi for Broadway World Across three weeks in September, musicians of the National Symphony Orchestra will perform free events within the uptown D.C. neighborhoods of Ward 4, Takoma Park, and downtown Silver Spring, Maryland, as part of 11th […]

CIM Group Acquires First New Apartment Building at the Walter Reed Redevelopment

by Jon Banister for Bisnow The first new apartment building at D.C.’s 66-acre Parks at Walter Reed development has sold ahead of its delivery. CIM Group announced Wednesday it acquired The Vale, a 301-unit apartment building at the development that […]

Rorschach Theatre’s ‘Distance Frequencies’ to finish live on lawn

by News Desk for DC Metro Theatre Arts Last fall Rorschach Theatre launched Distance Frequencies, an unprecedented project for unprecedented times, sending subscribers on self-guided urban adventures as a story unfolded around them. The story will now conclude live with […]

Program Links Local Farmers to People Experiencing Food Insecurity

by Jackie Bensen for NBC4 As the coronavirus pandemic wanes in the U.S., food insecurity continues to a problem, with many families forced to choose between paying down months of back rent and utility bills or buying food. A program […]

A Look at the 400 Units Planned in Historic Takoma, and the 1,200 in the Works at Walter Reed

by Nena Perry-Brown for Urban Turf DC’s Takoma neighborhood could have quite a few active construction sites in the coming years, compensating for a lack of new housing construction in neighboring Takoma Park and Shepherd Park. On the other side […]

Children’s National’s Walter Reed campus was ‘just a pipe dream.’ Now it’s going live.

By Sara Gilgore for the Washington Business Journal For Children’s National Hospital’s future D.C. campus, the future is here. A portion of the former Walter Reed Army Medical Center in D.C., transformed into the pediatric nonprofit health system’s pesearch and […]

Here’s when you can expect Whole Foods to arrive at Walter Reed town center

by Alex Koma, Washington Business Journal A new town center at D.C.’s Walter Reed campus will start opening for shoppers and new residents as early as 2022 as construction steams ahead on the massive project. The Whole Foods Market-anchored mixed-use building in the […]

Walter Reed Project Lands $20M Loan for Affordable Assisted Living Apartments

By: Keith Loria, Commercial Observer A joint venture between Urban Atlantic, Housing Up, and Triden Development Group received $20 million in financing to develop a 54-unit affordable assisted living apartment project at the Parks at Walter Reed, a 66-acre redevelopment of the former Walter Reed […]

89 condos on a grand old hospital campus in D.C.

By Scott Sowers, The Washington Post The 66-acre site that used to be the Walter Reed Army Medical Center is being transformed into a mixed-use development that will include more than 2,200 condos, rental apartments and townhouses. Construction is underway, […]

A look at the next phase of the massive Parks at Walter Reed project

By: Alex Koma, Washington Business Journal The next phase of work to transform the Walter Reed campus in Northwest D.C. into a mixed-use hub is taking shape. The developers working on the massive Parks at Walter Reed project — a […]

Grocery Stores Continue To Expand Across D.C. Area Despite Pandemic

by Jon Banister, Bisnow Washington, D.C. Grocers have been expanding rapidly across the D.C. area for years, and they have continued to open new stores and search for new spaces during the pandemic… Grocers have already signed deals and announced […]

Big mixed-use down. Sales up. The changing face of multifamily amid a pandemic.

Big mixed-use down. Sales up. Experts discuss the changing face of multifamily amid a pandemic. The Washington Business Journal recently hosted a virtual panel discussion with three industry leaders, experts in the fields of design, development and leasing, who spoke […]

Top D.C. Officials On Reopening The City, Moving New Developments Forward

by Jon Banister, Bisnow Washington, DC While D.C.’s economic development and housing agencies have been focusing on reopening and coronavirus relief, they have also closed several new deals, allowing projects to begin construction during the pandemic. This week, D.C. announced the 171-unit Riggs […]

Hines, MetLife Begin Construction on Northern California Community

By Gail Kalinoski, Multi-Housing News Construction has started on The Grant, a 228-unit luxury apartment and mixed-use project in Concord, Calif., being developed by Hines and MetLife Investment Management. The Grant is expected to be completed in the third quarter […]

Construction Begins on Whole Foods, Apartments at Walter Reed

By Michele Lerner, The Washington Post Home construction continues to move forward despite the coronavirus outbreak, including for the Hartley, a 323-unit apartment building coming to the Parks at Walter Reed near Georgia Avenue and Dahlia Street NW.  Read more here.

Out On the (Virtual) Town: Sunset Sessions at The Parks — Metro Weekly

Out on the (Virtual) Town: Arts and entertainment highlights, May 28-June 3, 2020 By Doug Rule, Metro Weekly While its physical venue in Silver Spring remains closed, the AFI offers a rotating crop of titles available for streaming. The lineup […]

Press Release: Mayor Bowser Announces Financing to Help Produce Over 80 Affordable Homes in Wards 2 and 4

Press release, DC Line Today, Mayor Muriel Bowser and the Department of Housing and Community Development (DHCD) announced $11.4 million in financing that will produce more than 80 new units of affordable homes for low-income residents and seniors in Wards 2 […]

Why Some Developers are Breaking Ground on New Projects During a Pandemic

by Jon Banister, Bisnow Washington, D.C. Some U.S. cities have halted construction activity during stay-at-home orders to slow the spread of the coronavirus. But in the D.C. area, not only have ongoing projects been allowed to continue, developers are breaking ground on […]

Luxury Development Coming to DC’s Parks at Walter Reed

by Keith Loria, Commercial Observer Hines, Urban Atlantic, Triden Development Group and Bridge Investment Group have teamed to develop The Hartley, a 323-unit luxury mixed-use, transit‐oriented, new construction mid‐rise development in Washington, D.C., according to Hines. The joint venture acquired one-and-a-half acres at The Parks at Walter […]

Walter Reed Development Team Closes Deal For Next Phase, Plans May Groundbreaking

by Jon Banister, Bisnow A global pandemic and economic crisis is not slowing down the Parks at Walter Reed development team, which is planning to begin construction on a new mixed-use building next month. The team of Hines, Urban Atlantic and Triden […]

The Hartley Moving Forward at The Parks

The Hartley, a 323-unit luxury, multifamily property, anchored by natural and organic grocer Whole Foods Market” Moving Forward at The Parks at Walter Reed Prince of Petworth Hines, Urban Atlantic, and Triden Development Group along with joint venture partner, Bridge […]

Hines Partnership Adds Land for Walter Reed Redevelopment

Connect Washington, D.C. Hines, Urban Atlantic and Triden Development Group, along with joint venture partner Bridge Investment Group, have closed on 1.5 acres at The Parks at Walter Reed in northwestern D.C. to develop The Hartley, a 323-unit luxury, multifamily […]

Primrose Schools Opening at Parks at Walter Reed

By Keith Loria, February 25, 2020 Primrose Schools has signed a 16,576-square-foot lease at the Parks at Walter Reed, a 66-acre redevelopment of the former Walter Reed Army Medical Center in Washington, D.C. Primrose inked a deal for space at The Vale, a 301-unit apartment […]

Walter Reed project signs day care, preschool operator

By Daniel J. Sernovitz, Washington Business Journal Primrose Schools has reached a deal to open a new location in one of the new mixed-use buildings coming to the Parks at Walter Reed in Northwest D.C. The private day care, preschool […]

Children’s National taps Johnson & Johnson for incubator at Walter Reed

By Sara Gilgore – Staff Reporter, Washington Business Journal Children’s National Health System has teamed up with Johnson & Johnson’s innovation arm to launch an incubator on its new campus at the former Walter Reed Medical Center. Johnson & Johnson […]

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Mayor Bowser Breaks Ground on New Housing at the Parks at Walter Reed

The DC Line LaToya Foster (EOM) Chanda Washington (DMPED) The Brooks and Vale Buildings Will Deliver 390 Housing Units to the Historic Walter Reed Campus (WASHINGTON, DC) – Today, Mayor Muriel Bowser celebrated the groundbreaking of The Brooks and Vale […]

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Walter Reed Development Team Closes Land Sale, Financing For First 2 Ground-Up Buildings

By Jon Banister, Bisnow Washington, D.C. The first two ground-up buildings in the 66-acre Parks at Walter Reed development in Northwest D.C. are moving forward.  The development team of Urban Atlantic, Hines and Triden Development Group announced Tuesday it closed the […]

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Walter Reed developers line up financing for first market-rate projects

By Michael Neibauer  – Associate Editor, Washington Business Journal The development team behind The Parks, the overhaul of a 66-acre portion of the Walter Reed Army Medical Center, has closed on construction financing and lined up its equity partners for the first two […]

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Affordable Housing Part of Former Walter Reed Redevelopment

Washington, DC, July 16, 2018 (WTOP) – Years in the making, development is taking shape at the former Walter Reed campus on Georgia Avenue. Now known as the Parks at Historic Walter Reed, the 66-acre campus will eventually be comprised of more […]

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Massive Redevelopment Coming to Former Walter Reed Army Medical Center Site in Northwest

Washington, DC, June 14, 2018 (THE WASHINGTON POST) – The former Walter Reed Army Medical Center site, a 66-acre parcel of land in Northwest Washington, will receive much-anticipated redevelopment that will include housing, offices and retail spaces. When complete, the site […]

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Veterans Housing Breaks Ground in D.C.

Washington, DC, June 01, 2018 (AFFORDABLE HOUSING FINANCE) – Community members broke ground on a development for formerly homeless veterans and other individuals on the historic Walter Reed Medical Center campus in Washington, D.C., at the end of May. HELP […]

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D.C. hopes new firehouse part of area’s revitalization

Opens doors at former Walter Reed Medical Center property By Julia Airey – The Washington Times The D.C. Fire and EMS Department at long last has added a new firehouse in upper Northwest, fulfilling 40 years of promises. Engine Company […]

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Five Steps toward Implementing Creative Placemaking

Juanita Hardy – Urban Land Institute Incorporating creative placemaking as a core strategy in real estate development projects is gaining momentum in the United States and around the globe. Creative placemaking—combining art and culture in tandem with good design—has proved […]

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Mayor Bowser Cuts Ribbon at DCI and LAMB Schools at Walter Reed

1,000 DC Charter School Students From All Eight Wards are the First Tenants at the New Mixed-Use Community in Ward 4 DC.gov (Washington, DC) – Today, Mayor Bowser cut the ribbon at the District of Columbia International (DCI) and Latin […]

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Concept revealed for Parks at Walter Reed town center

Michael Neibauer – Washington Business Journal The Walter Reed development team is out with its initial concept for a town center on the 66-acre Northwest D.C. property, proposing a mix of multifamily, retail and open space. The town center at […]

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D.C. officials break ground on The Parks at Walter Reed

WASHINGTON (ABC7) — After years of negotiation and planning, D.C. officials broke ground Monday on The Parks at Walter Reed, a 10-15 year redevelopment project to turn the grounds of the old Walter Reed Army hospital into public use. The […]

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D.C. taking possession of Walter Reed property from Army

New usage will bring $1B in tax revenue to capital By Ryan M. McDermott – The Washington Times After 11 years of wrangling, the campus of Walter Reed Army Medical Center on Georgia Avenue now belongs to the District — […]

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Housing for Homeless Veterans Is Planned for Ex-Walter Reed Site

By Mikayla Bouchard – The New York Times WASHINGTON — The hallways of the former Walter Reed Army Medical Center, which cared for generations of soldiers, have been quiet since the hospital closed in 2011 and merged with the nearby […]

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Massive Walter Reed Redevelopment to Break Ground Next Year

Ethan Rothstein – Bisnow Developers of the 66-acre Parks at Walter Reed, the site of the Walter Reed Army Medical Center that’s slated for a massive overhaul, say they expect to break ground before the end of 2016. Hines Interests […]

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Grand Vision for Former Home of Walter Reed Hospital

Eugene L. Meyer – The New York Times WASHINGTON — The boxy Brutalist hospital built in the late 1970s stands virtually vacant, as do brick buildings erected during World War I, officers’ quarters dating to the 1920s or before, and […]

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