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Washington DC Historic Preservation

Walking tour of Bloomingdale to highlight history of segregation in D.C.

The tour will proceed along First Street NW and is scheduled for April 14

Judiciary Square could become a D.C. historic district under new proposal

"Th[e] diverse building types and styles reflect layers of development that began in the early 19th century"

D.C. mayor taps millennial to head planning agency as city continues to grow

Andrew Trueblood brings fresh eyes and years of government experience to the role

D.C. designates Georgetown ‘Exorcist’ steps and adjacent car barn building as historic landmark

The Historic Preservation Review Board approved the nomination of the site last week

Developer resumes work on Franklin School project after agreeing to reinstall historic fabric it damaged

In 2018, workers removed legally protected materials from the building, which is being turned into a museum

Developer to break ground on Fannie Mae HQ redevelopment in Northwest on Saturday

The 10-acre site will be transformed into a mixed-use project called "City Ridge"

D.C. forces work to halt on historic Franklin School redevelopment after alleged damage

Officials and preservationists visited the site last week to assess the situation

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Historic Franklin School redevelopment

Historic Franklin School redevelopment draws scrutiny from D.C. officials, preservationists

Workers reportedly damaged the interior of the building, which is set to become a museum

Civic group to launch first-ever LeDroit Park house tour this fall

The tour will highlight historic places and architecture in the Northwest neighborhood

D.C.’s newest historic district: Bloomingdale

Officials granted the Northwest neighborhood historic status in late July

Mount Vernon’s scenic vista will stay the same as it was in George Washington’s era

Dominion Energy is looking for a different site for its natural-gas facility

The Georgetown trolley trestle is safe from demolition — for now

Metro is appealing the D.C. Historic Preservation Review Board’s denial of its raze petition

Howard University wants to redevelop two historic buildings

Developers were just short-listed for the "work-shop-eat-live-play" project

D.C.’s Municipal Center, home of the D.C. Police Department, becomes a historic landmark

Designed by the same architect behind the West Wing of the White House.

2017 District of Columbia Preservation Awardees announced

From the Union Station Main Hall restoration to author Dr. James M. Goode.

D.C. Tire Factory May Be Designated a Historic Landmark

Maine Avenue Fish Market Buildings May Become Historic Landmarks

NoMA Project to Transform Coal Yard into Apartments

Meet the Man Behind the Map: Washington, D.C.'s and Baltimore's Historical Trains, Subway-Style

Historic Post Office in Bethesda to Become a Fitness Center

Getting to Know DC's Tiniest Historic Neighborhood: Grant Road

Two Bedroom in the Historic Dresden Building Asks $1.1M

Preservation League Fighting for 2014 Most Endangered Places

Signs of Life Come to Revamp of Capitol Hill's Oldest Home

Checking in on the Union Station Restoration's Progress