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  • Rodgers Garden Fence

    A colorfully illuminated garden fence in Alexandria, Virginia, gives the neighbors something to talk about.

  • People NOOOze

    Virginia-based solid-state lighting manufacturer

  • Light the Focus of This Month's Artkrush

    The current issue of Artkrush, a bi-monthly e-zine covering international art and design, takes as its inspiration the concept of light as a vehicle for art. It offers essays, interviews, and reviews of artists who view light as their muse, including Leo Villareal and Cai Guo-Qiang. Also featured...

  • Seniors at Heart of Winchester Greens

    RICHMOND, VA. - The Better Housing Coalition (BHC) put seniors housing at the center of its Winchester Greens development.

  • In the News

    Deck ledger bolting schedule may become code; pump-truck accident; West Coast Green show; more

  • America Circa 2030: The Boom To Come

    In 2030, there will be 106.8 billion square feet of new development, about 46 percent more built space than existed in 2000—a remarkable amount of construction to occur within a generation.

  • Racing to Rent

    Reston, Va.—The leasing agents at the Metropolitan at Reston Town Center don’t even have a model apartment to sell from.

  • Averting market-rate conversion: One project’s story

    Richmond, Va. When existing federal low-income housing tax credits (LIHTCs) on the Quarter Mill apartment complex in Richmond, Va., were set to expire, the partners in the ownership entity decided to sell to the highest bidder for conversion to market-rat

  • Housing agency executives discuss challenges, solutions

    Housing finance agencies (HFAs) across the nation are engaged in a balancing act, trying to meet the significant affordable housing needs of their states while working with a limited amount of resources.

  • Strong Rail-Post Connections for Wooden Decks

    After testing deck ledger attachments, researchers at Virginia Tech crank up the loads on guardrail posts to see what it takes to make a code-worthy connection.