D.C. Del. Eleanor Holmes Norton thinks so
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Efforts to reverse an "epidemic" of abandoned property, a stark sign of a stratifying economy.
The D.C. area comes in fourth for walkable urbanism
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The home has a front porch and a fenced backyard
Advocates and officials are meeting to address crashes and bike lanes
The home includes exposed brick and an updated kitchen
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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Measuring the impact of The Wing, WeWork, the Coven, and other spaces selling a better workspace.
The District’s guiding development framework could take a significant step forward
The change is expected to make Red Line rides a bit faster
About one in four District children live in poverty, above the national average
The Reflecting Pool and the World War II Memorial will be publicly accessible
Questions remain about the efficacy of the government’s recovery and rebuilding strategy in today’s era of increased storm risk.
The New York Avenue Men’s shelter is slated for an update
The study is expected to last for two years
The National Capital Planning Commission recently opined on the project
It’s still a strong seller’s market
The game will be broadcast on large outdoor screens June 20
Why so many apartment dwellers hear the sound of rolling objects through the ceiling.
The Department of Consumer and Regulatory Affairs wants to try something new
Ward 8 has seen the most traffic deaths of all the city’s wards this year
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The home includes about 3,100 square feet of living space
The city is hosting a series of collection events through December
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Brian Kenner is leaving the Bowser administration to work for the tech company