Checking Out WBJ’s Crane Watch Site

I recently stumbled upon the Washington Business Journal’s Crane Watch Website, which they describe as an “interactive map with details of every major construction project underway in the Washington area — name, address, description, size, architect, cost (where we have it) and expected delivery.” I’m sure some folks have already discovered the site, which I think is kind of neat for getting a good sense of the scale of development in the city right now.

The Washington Business Journal also include the disclaimer that “Crane Watch will be a work in progress. As projects are completed, they will be removed from the map … [and] when something breaks ground, it will be added.”

In reviewing the map, two Park View projects are listed — the one at Georgia and Princeton and another at Georgia and Lamont.

Crane watch(Screen shot from Crane Watch. Click on image for access.)

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One Comment on “Checking Out WBJ’s Crane Watch Site”

  1. Ben Says:

    I could be mistaken, but it looks like the demo on 3619 Georgia has begun.


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