Arlington County Board Green-lights Gables North Rolfe Street Project
Thursday, Mar 12, 2015

WCL&W Shareholders Evan Pritchard and Cathy Puskar worked closely with Gables Residential and Arlington County to win redevelopment approval for the Gables… Read more »

Site Redevelopment Approved for Crystal City’s “Paperclip” Building
Tuesday, Feb 03, 2015

The next chapter of redevelopment in Arlington County is now set to take place at 400 Army Navy Drive. Shareholders Nan Walsh… Read more »

Planning Lessons from the Real Estate Industry
Monday, Feb 02, 2015

I work with real estate developers, investors, and Realtors on nearly a daily basis, and I am always impressed by the transformation… Read more »

WCL&W Propels Redevelopment and Rezoning Approvals for Two Sites in Tysons
Monday, Feb 02, 2015

The Fairfax County Board of Supervisors recently approved two redevelopment/rezoning proposals shepherded by Art Walsh and planner Elizabeth Baker.      … Read more »

Redevelopment Success in Old Town Manassas
Monday, Feb 02, 2015

Jay du Von and Jessica Pfeiffer successfully worked with Rector Companies, LLC, on the rezoning and redevelopment of the old Manassas News… Read more »

FBI and U.S. Attorney’s Office Send Clear Message to Contractors
Monday, Feb 02, 2015

On December 15, 2014, the Federal Bureau of Investigation and the United States Attorney’s Office issued a press release announcing an agreement… Read more »

Andrew Painter talks big-picture and long-term growth for Loudoun and Fairfax Counties now that the Silver Line is up and running.
Monday, Jan 05, 2015

Keane Enterprises chairman Brian Cullen, with Walsh Colucci Lubeley & Walsh’s Andrew Painter, says Loudoun has a mere eight years worth of… Read more »

Arlington Board Approves Updates to Green Building Incentive Program
Monday, Jan 05, 2015

Arlington County’s Green Building Incentive Program reached another milestone on November 15, when the County Board approved Staff proposals developed in response… Read more »

“Realize Rosslyn” Approaches Final Phase
Monday, Jan 05, 2015

Since the opening of the Rosslyn Metro Station in 1976, Rosslyn has been faced with a set of challenges not uncommon to… Read more »