Len Boselovic |
Pittsburgh Post-Gazette |
August 13th, 2014
Many government officials see public-private partnerships as a convenient solution to their infrastructure woes. Enlisting investors and private sector know-how gets roads, bridges and other projects built long before government could do the work on its own.
Adrian Maties |
Commercial Property Executive |
August 1st, 2014
Residents of Northern Virginia are celebrating. Last week, they witnessed the opening of two important developments expected to transform the area: the first phase of Macerich’s expansion at Tysons Corner Center and the long-awaited Silver Line.
Bob Niedt |
Washington Business Journal |
July 28th, 2014
“That transformation will be most prominent in Tysons where a traffic-choked, suburban office park with two large malls is planned to become a walkable, urban center with 100,000 residents and 200,000 jobs, but it will also be seen in Reston,…
Ashley Halsey III, Lori Aratani and Paul Duggan |
Washington Post |
July 26th, 2014
Fifty years in the planning, more than five years in construction and $150 million over budget, the most expensive transportation project in the Washington region’s history rolled down 11.7 miles of new track Saturday.