455 Eye Street

455 Eye Welcomes its First Residents

June 20, 2017

WASHINGTON BUSINESS JOURNAL — Two dilapidated townhouses and a circa-1912 warehouse do not naturally add up to a modern, amenity-filled District apartment building. They do…

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4 Ways Co-Working Spaces Inspire Innovation and Collaboration

June 9, 2017

ENTREPRENEUR MAGAZINE — Director of Hickok Cole’s Richmond studio, Jessica Zullo, extols the usefulness of co-working spaces for networking, client engagement, and making connections between…

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Architecture, Emotions and VR

April 20, 2017

I inch closer to the edge. My legs start to shake. My stomach starts to twist. I peer over the edge to see a 120…

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AGU Board Approves Net Zero Renovation

December 21, 2016

Striving to serve as an exemplary model for sustainable buildings and to be the District’s first-ever existing commercial building conversion to reach net zero energy…

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Corporate Philanthropists

November 21, 2016

WASHINGTON BUSINESS JOURNAL — Hickok Cole Architects ranked sixth on the Washington Business Journal’s list of corporate philanthropists. The company earned the spot based on…

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Details at Every Scale

November 18, 2016

They say, “the sum is often greater than its parts.” We at Hickok Cole argue that details oftentimes lie at the heart of every project,…

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Art Infusion

WASHINGTON BUSINESS JOURNAL — Art Night 2016, a fundraiser between Hickok Cole Architects and Washington Project for the Arts to support artists, was held Nov.…

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Architects say D.C. is finally thinking outside of the glass box

November 16, 2016

WASHINGTON BUSINESS JOURNAL — It’s a notion that architect Mark Ramirez equates to the craft-beer craze locally and across the U.S. Developers need to distinguish…

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2016 NAIOP Award of Excellence

October 16, 2016

WASHINGTON BUSINESS JOURNAL — On October 13, 2016, Hickok Cole took home the NAIOP DC|MD Award of Excellence for Best Firm Marketing, Innovation Campaign. Congratulations…

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Spy Museum Bridges Gap Between Mall, Wharf

September 23, 2016

WASHINGTON BUSINESS JOURNAL — There are few parts of the District that scream federal enclave as loudly as the Brutalist concrete void that is L’Enfant…

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