Two more partners have joined Microsoft in developing a $500 million smart city 30 miles northwest of Washington, DC – the first of its kind in the area.
The Washington Business Journal reports that the Gramercy District smart city project in Ashburn, Virginia has attracted two additional partners.
Private equity firm 22 Capital Partners, lead proponent of the Ashburn smart city initiative, announced it added the Center for Innovative Technology and George Washington University to the project