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  • Revitalizing R Street

    WASHINGTON, D.C. More than 10,000 affordable housing units could be lost in Washington, D.C., by next year as owners contemplate exiting government programs and raising rents, according to the National Housing Trust.

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    ARLINGTON, VA.— The search for new opportunities has led a prominent affordable housing developer back to familiar ground.

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    Special Citation for Achievement in Exhibition Lighting | Entrant: George Sexton Associates

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    Commendable Achievement, Interior Lighting | Entrant: George Sexton Associates

  • A|L Design Awards : L2 Lounge

    Outstanding Achievement, Interior Lighting | Entrant: MCLA

  • Sixth Annual A|L Light & Architecture Design Awards

  • Green Finalists

    GREENSBURG, KAN. Prairie Pointe Townhomes marks a big step in the revival of this rural community.

  • Master-Planned/Mixed-Use Finalists

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  • HUD No Longer a Dud

    WASHINGTON, D.C. When I arrived here as an eager college graduate in 1979, I had a case of Potomac Fever. I believed the federal government was a force for good, and I wanted to help all those smart people shape policy and save the world.