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(Washington Post) — Construction is slated to begin in April on six new buildings and a public plaza on the site of the District’s former convention center, a project that city officials say could cost $950 million and be one of the largest active developments on the East Coast.  The 10-acre downtown site was home to the city’s convention center until it was torn down in 2004, a year after the Walter E. Washington Convention Center opened. It was turned into a surface parking lot and bus terminal as the lead developer, Hines, finalized plans and sought financial partners.

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