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News:

  • National Children's Museum is finally ready to open


    After a nearly a year in delays, the National Children's Museum will opens its doors to the public on Monday. Tickets for members of the museum will go on sale Sunday, while general admission tickets will be available Monday. General admission tickets are $10.95 for children over the age of 1 and adults. The 33,000-square-foot museum at the Ronald Reagan Building and International Trade Center has seen a number of delays in its delivery that date back to last March. The $16 million museum project…
  • ManTech opens 2020 with a mysterious $920 million IT contract


    ManTech International Corp. (NASDAQ: MANT) ended fiscal 2019 Wednesday afternoon with double-digit revenue gains and the promise of a new $920 million contract. Executives for the Herndon technology company offered little information on the new award, which they said was in the final phases of government approval for disclosure.  They did say, however, that the five-year contract would be soon out of the window for a potential protest. They also said it was awarded through the General Services…
  • Carlyle Group co-founder donates $156M in stock


    Bill Conway, co-founder, executive chairman and former co-CEO of The Carlyle Group Inc., has donated 5 million shares of company stock — currently worth about $156 million — according to a new Securities and Exchange Commission filing. The filing does not specify to whom or what entity Conway donated the shares. The Carlyle Group declined to comment. While a massive donation, it still represents only a fraction of the total shares the billionaire owns. Conway helped found the investment firm…
  • More NVR executives unload stock as share price soars


    NVR's share price topped $4,000 in the third week of February.
  • HQ2-adjacent open space could be much larger if Arlington gives up surface parking


    The green space adjacent to the first pair of Amazon.com Inc. (NASDAQ: AMZN) HQ2 towers could be so much grander if it weren't for some redundant on-street parking. That is what New York-based James Corner Field Operations, the urban design and landscape architecture firm Amazon has enlisted to mold Metropolitan Park's open space, said Thursday night during the first step of the park master planning process. The firm, which also designed New York’s High Line and Santa Monica, California’s…
  • Viewpoint: It is now or never for P3 on Maryland highways


    We all sit in what we feel is intolerable traffic on the beltways and interstates across Maryland and Greater Washington. Late last year, Maryland proposed a public-private-partnership (P3) managed-lane system along Interstate 270 and the I-495 Beltway to help reduce delays. Those not in favor of building additional road capacity believe the only solution is an increase in transit. We need to be realistic about what is — and is not — going to occur in the foreseeable future in Maryland. At…
  • Ethos Capital sweetens $1.13B offer for .org operator with new terms


    Ethos Capital has proposed a series of price controls and enforcement measures to help allay concerns to secure its $1.13 billion acquisition of Reston-based the Public Interest Registry from The Internet Society — and its control of the .org domain. The new initiatives, which the private equity firm announced Friday as legally binding measures, will cap .org domain-name price increases at 10% a year on average for eight years. It also said it plans to create an independent stewardship council…
  • Two major homebuilders buy into EYA's Shady Grove Metro mixed-use project


    A pair of homebuilders are buying into a massive mixed-use development near the Shady Grove Metro station, with plans to add more than 350 townhomes and condos to the site. Lennar Corp. and Stanley Martin Communities LLC both acquired several parcels in Rockville last fall — pieces of a 45-acre site along Crabbs Branch Way that EYA is working to transform into “Westside at Shady Grove Metro.” Over time, Bethesda-based EYA hopes to provide a total of 1,500 residential units there, alongside…
  • Viewpoint: D.C. can help developers overcome cost barriers to housing affordability


    This is the year to spur the future housing affordability in the District of Columbia. The comprehensive plan amendment guiding development, along with the District’s policy direction, for the next several years will come before the D.C. Council in the spring. Meanwhile, Mayor Muriel Bowser’s administration will shortly issue new initiatives, solutions and recommendations for overcoming the barriers as part of her goal to build 36,000 new housing units by 2025. Both of these citywide planning…
  • Park Hotels sells Embassy Suites in West End


    Park Hotels & Resorts Inc., the real estate investment trust that spun out of Hilton in 2016, has sold one of its D.C. properties, the Embassy Suites by Hilton Georgetown — though the property is technically outside of that tony Northwest neighborhood. Park (NYSE: PK) sold the 197-room hotel at 1250 22nd St. NW for $90.4 million, or $459,000 per room, according to a press release issued Thursday. The buyer was not identified, but D.C. deed records indicate the likely buyer is an affiliate of…