The Corcoran and The Hepburn recognized with Multi-Housing News Awards

October 23, 2017

Multi-Housing News hosted their annual Commercial Property Executive Distinguished Achievement Awards and Multi-Housing News Excellence Awards last Thursday at the Resource Furniture Showroom in New York…

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Art Night 2017 raises $120,000 for Washington Project for the Arts

October 20, 2017

Washington’s art patrons and buyers packed the Georgetown, DC offices of Hickok Cole Architects for Art Night 2017 on Thursday, October 19th. Curators Rachel Schmidt…

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An island that could unite D.C. lies in the middle of the river that divides it

October 16, 2017

THE WASHINGTON POST  — The Anacostia River has long divided the District of Columbia. In 1791, Pierre L’Enfant designed the “City of Washington” on only the west side…

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The Wharf in photos: How the $2.5 billion Waterfront development looks ahead of its opening

October 12, 2017

BISNOW  — Developers, architects, city officials and residents have been imagining how a major mixed-use development could change the appearance of D.C.’s Southwest Waterfront. But now, with The Wharf’s grand…

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2017 Hickok Cole Promotions

#NoLimits: Celebrating our 2017 promotions

September 19, 2017

The summer season may be over, but here at Hickok Cole that means it’s time for promotions. This year, we continue to build upon our tradition of recognizing individuals who…

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Inside The Wharf’s apartment buildings, less than a month from the grand opening

September 15, 2017

BISNOW  — The Southwest Waterfront is bustling with construction workers as The Wharf prepares for its Oct. 12 grand opening. But before the celebration, residents will begin moving…

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Kingman & Heritage Islands Planning & Feasibility Study

September 5, 2017

DC DEPARTMENT OF ENERGY & ENVIRONMENT — Led by DOEE, Hickok Cole Architects and partners have developed this draft proposal that presents a vision for enhancing the…

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This new building includes parts of three old buildings

August 29, 2017

GREATER GREATER WASHINGTON — As DC grows, new buildings are often required to incorporate historic structures. That’s easier said than done, but the results can…

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Art in the Office: A conversation with Judy Sherman

Office repositioning projects abound in DC, and clients and designers alike are consistently challenged to identify new ways of differentiating properties within the region’s competitive…

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Gather’s third co-working space to open in West Broad Village

August 23, 2017

RICHMOND TIMES-DISPATCH — “The nature of work is changing; people are spending less time in formal offices, adapting to flexible work hours and expecting access…

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