$395 Million in Stimulus Spending to Downtown Construction Projects was originally published on Housing Complex on May. 01, 2009, at 1:32 pm
Downtown D.C. is awash with future construction projects thanks to $395 million in stimulus spending. The General Services Administration (GSA) and the District Department of Transportation (DDOT) are planning on spending quite a bit of cash on green building modernization throughout the area, the Downtown Business Improvement District reports.
The GSA received $5.6 billion to “help create jobs and restore economic growth across the country.” Of that, $1.2 billion is staying right here in Washington, and much of it will flow to our soon-to-be-more-energy-efficient “high-rises.” More info:
“Two of the six DC buildings identified for major green building modernization are the:
Nine of the 16 DC buildings chosen for limited green building improvements in the Downtown BID area are: