From churches to synagogues to monasteries, see where you can find the most architecturally stunning houses of worship in the nation’s capital
Skip the National Mall and head to these lesser-known locations instead.
Where to get fresh fruit, vegetables, and other foodstuff.
The District boasts an array of architectural gems.
"Leading pedestrian intervals" are becoming more common in the city.
It’s what’s on the inside that counts.
The city has awarded a roughly $425,000 contract for the project.
The city is holding its annual PARK(ing) Day, a public space event.
See your options in neighborhoods like Brightwood and Deanwood.
Public transit is your friend for crowded events like fireworks displays
Get your binoculars ready!
These include old standbys such as the Lincoln Memorial and the National Cathedral, and some outdoor venues you may not have considered.
From museums to dwellings to public artworks
The unit has a private balcony and is in an amenity-rich building
It’s a stone’s throw from all that downtown D.C. has to offer
See what flicks to look forward to at 10 different locations
Here’s what’s happening at the ALL CAPS Hockey Fest
There are major traffic restrictions around Capital One Arena
This move is in hopes of finding a potential buyer.
Snarkitecture is returning for the Summer Block Party exhibition.
Designed by the same architect behind the West Wing of the White House.
Expect the project completed by the fall.
The red banners can be found on light poles around the neighborhood.
No tenants are expected to be displaced during the renovation process.
Over 40 projects will be featured.
See your options in neighborhoods like Dupont Circle and Chinatown.
Located near the Friendship Archway, there is now a 40-foot-long mural completed by BroCoLoco.
Expect prices that start at $1,558 per month.
The free event on October 18 will feature four speakers who will discuss how the District prepares for heavy floods
Amenities will include built-in closets, weekly cleaning services, fully furnished rooms, en-suite balconies, and a furnished rooftop deck.
See your options near Metro stops like Navy Yard and Columbia Heights.
Art in Transit improves the ridership experience by providing a location for artworks.
Almost 270,000 leaves now hang above Palmer Alley.
According to Walk Score, the nation’s capital is known as a "walker’s paradise" as well as a "biker’s paradise."
See your options in neighborhoods like Bethesda, H Street Corridor, and Dupont Circle.
This is the site where Abraham Lincoln died after he was shot at Ford’s Theatre.
Maybe instead the "Capitals Haven’t Won Center."