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Lyft to provide Metro-subsidized shared rides for late-night workers starting in July

The rides are being offered through a one-year, $1 million pilot program

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Florida Avenue NE safety improvements begin

They follow the April death of a beloved D.C. bike advocate

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Blight and vacant land are a national crisis for smaller cities

Efforts to reverse an "epidemic" of abandoned property, a stark sign of a stratifying economy.

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101 things to love about Washington, D.C.

A love letter to the District

Airy penthouse condo in Park View asks $915K

The unit comes with high ceilings, parking, and a private roof terrace

Report: D.C. ranks among the most walkable U.S. metros, now and likely in the future

The D.C. area comes in fourth for walkable urbanism

9 city-owned vacant sites to be turned into affordable housing

The properties were sold to private developers at a recent auction

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The 30 best things to do in Washington, D.C., with kids

From vintage carousels to world-renowned museums, D.C. offers something for every family. We’ve mapped our 30 top picks.

Light-filled single-family home in Brookland seeks $873K

The home has a front porch and a fenced backyard

Road safety events planned in Ward 8, the D.C. ward with the most 2019 traffic deaths

Advocates and officials are meeting to address crashes and bike lanes

Rowhouse with back terrace near H Street NE lists for $674K

The home includes exposed brick and an updated kitchen

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The U.S. has an affordable housing crisis. Here’s why

Market forces, policy decisions, and demographic changes have converged, making it more difficult to increase affordable housing for renters and buyers in U.S. cities.

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Can coworking companies sell inclusive communities?

Measuring the impact of The Wing, WeWork, the Coven, and other spaces selling a better workspace.

D.C. Council hopes to advance Comprehensive Plan in next few weeks, chairman’s office says

The District’s guiding development framework could take a significant step forward

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26 essential places to visit in D.C. right now

From lesser-known museums to some of the region’s finest parks

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Automatic door-opening returns to Metro’s Red Line in July

The change is expected to make Red Line rides a bit faster

What $2,200 rents in D.C. right now

See your options in neighborhoods like Shaw and Woodley Park

Skip scooters suspended in D.C. after fires

The city has told the company to remove its scooters from the streets

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10 beautiful wedding venues in Washington, D.C.

Get hitched at these aesthetically pleasing venues.

D.C. has one of the highest child poverty rates in the U.S., report says

About one in four District children live in poverty, above the national average

Fourth of July fireworks relocated to West Potomac Park and Lincoln Memorial backside

The Reflecting Pool and the World War II Memorial will be publicly accessible

Amazon HQ2 community meeting planned in Arlington

County commissioners will start reviewing the HQ2 development plans in mid-July

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Six years after Sandy, Jersey Shore recovery shows shortfalls in the system

Questions remain about the efficacy of the government’s recovery and rebuilding strategy in today’s era of increased storm risk.

D.C. seeks design firm for Ivy City homeless shelter renovations

The New York Avenue Men’s shelter is slated for an update

Track the construction of ‘Lawn,’ the National Building Museum’s upcoming summer exhibit

The museum has a camera showing the progress leading to the July 4 debut

Metro to study Blue, Orange, and Silver lines for potential improvements

The study is expected to last for two years

Planning commissioners warn against ‘over-programming’ Georgetown C&O Canal overhaul

The National Capital Planning Commission recently opined on the project

Median sales price for D.C. homes reaches 10-year May record

It’s still a strong seller’s market

Watch the U.S. women’s soccer team play Sweden from the Apple Carnegie Library lawn

The game will be broadcast on large outdoor screens June 20

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Do you hear marbles rolling in your apartment? You’re not alone.

Why so many apartment dwellers hear the sound of rolling objects through the ceiling.

D.C. residents could make money performing city housing inspections under pilot program

The Department of Consumer and Regulatory Affairs wants to try something new

D.C. councilmember questions the need for bike lanes in his ward

Ward 8 has seen the most traffic deaths of all the city’s wards this year

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D.C.’s 20 most underrated museums and galleries, mapped

Skip the National Mall and head to these lesser-known locations instead.

Renovated 1925 Cleveland Park home lists for $1.7M

The home includes about 3,100 square feet of living space

You can recycle your old computers and TVs at these D.C. libraries

The city is hosting a series of collection events through December

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Curbed's guide to architectural tourism across the country

With summer travel season about to start, we've assembled a list of some of the best tours, sites and buildings for architecturally-minded travelers to add to their itinerary.

Amazon hires D.C.’s economic development chief for regional role

Brian Kenner is leaving the Bowser administration to work for the tech company

Median price for D.C. single-family home grows by double-digit percentage in one year

New data indicate significant increases in home prices since March 2018