While the idea of a "landlord influencer" might seem strange, it’s a niche that’s existed for decades.
Such incidents fell 64 percent near special zones during a recent D.C. pilot program.
Outdoor canopies are still planned for some station entrances.
The light-filled home includes more than 1,000 square feet of space.
The city is also deploying 26 new officers to keep bike lanes clear of cars.
Residents can apply to recover at least 50 percent of their costs.
From vintage carousels to world-renowned museums, D.C. offers something for every family. We’ve mapped our 30 top picks.
"Leading pedestrian intervals" are becoming more common in the city.
Overall inventory was also at its lowest level in a decade.
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The three-bedroom home features a back deck and garden.
Where to honor U.S. veterans and military members in and around the nation’s capital.
The city is also expanding the hours that the lanes will be in effect.
As WeWork tries to change direction, building owners weigh their options
Under new rules, D.C. will allow for up to 20,000 dockless vehicles.
I hoped hiring an organizer would force me to take it seriously.
City documents specify "selective demolition of underground cell structures."
Dozens of the city’s schools have been modernized over the past decade-plus.
D.C. and apartments.com are aiming to protect Section 8 participants.
They’re launching an "Equitable Development Project" for the avenue’s lower part.
The $225,000 grant must be matched with private funds.
Two public meetings on the project are scheduled for this week.
Proposed scooter regulations are making their way through the legislative process.
Base rail fares would rise 10 cents during peak times and trains would run later.
The Pope Branch Trail is the first unpaved trail managed by the city.
The hospital could be moved to another location on the school’s campus.