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Quandel Consultants Opens Washington DC Office

Quandel Consultants, a national rail and transit firm, has opened its office in Washington, D.C. which will be led by transportation executive Sandy Bushue, the former Acting and Deputy Administrator of the Federal Transit Administration.

Food Trucks Occupying DC Parking Spots to be Fined Under New Bill

D.C. Council might approve a new legislation to keep the food truck operators from occupying sections of D.C.’s E Street SW and 12 Street SW.

First Source Law Hampering DC’s Development Boom

A D.C. law called "First Source" dating back to 30 years ago requires firms and construction companies to hire workers locally from the District, which has been hampering developmental works, according to the critics of the law.

Wealthiest Counties Surround Washington, DC: Census Bureau

According to data released by the United States Census Bureau on Thursday, five counties having highest median income are all surrounding Washington, D.C.

JPMorgan to Donate $6 Million to Boost Local Tech Workforce

JPMorgan Chase & Co. on Thursday announced that it will be donating $6 million to five of the D.C. region's larger school districts in an effort to encourage students to study technology-related fields and help them find higher-paying jobs.

$15 Billion Investment from Amazon to Boost Economy of DC, Northern Virginia

About $15 billion in fresh investment and creation of 62,000 more jobs will come as a boost to the economy of D.C. area and Northern Virginia, according to a new study released last week by Virginia Chamber Foundation.

$39M Loan Secured To Redevelop Affordable DC Apartments

The NHP Foundation, a non-profit organization that specializes in multifamily housing, has secured financing for redeveloping a 104-unit property in Maryland named "Takoma Place Apartments." The Washington, D.C. asset was acquired by the housing provider in March 2017.

$109 Million Property With 202 Affordable Apartments Coming Up in DC

Anacostia Economic Development Corp. and Flaherty & Collins Properties have started work on a 252-unit community which is planned to include 202 affordable apartments in Washington, D.C.