D.C. stadium spawns new enthusiasm for redevelopment

08/15/2005 | Washington Post, The

The Near Southeast neighborhood has been slated for redevelopment since the late 1990s, but the decision to build Washington, D.C.'s new baseball stadium there has caused a rush of development. Upcoming projects, including a new U.S. Department of Transportation headquarters, developer Valhal's 344-unit luxury cooperative and hotel, and a series of new office buildings, will all help transform the run-down area before the stadium opens in three years.

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