I've made some changes to navigation on the site, which I hope might help on some of the pages that are really much too full of information. I've created "tabs" with topic areas that you can click on to see specific portions of info on a page--for instance, the Capitol Hill Tower
page now has "tabs" for Overview, Courtyard by Marriott, Capitol Hill Tower, and News Items. (Just go see
and do some clicking, it's hard to explain; I've added some
photos to each section to make it worth your while.) Another example is on the right side of the home page, below the map--I've had for a while a huge "Directory of Current/Future Projects," which gave all the basics on every project in the 'Hood, but which was hard to grasp because the table ran so deep. So I've now used tabs to separate the Projects Directory into Residential, Office, Recreation/Retail/Hotel, and Mixed-Use. So check it out. (I've tested these updates in IE 6.x and Firefox 1.07--if you're using anything older than that, it's time for you to upgrade!) Oh, and I've made the construction slideshows I've done much more prominent on each project's page, which I should have done a long time ago!