Planet Word is expected to open at the historic Franklin School building in 2020
The median rent for transit-accessible one-bedroom homes increased 2.4 percent
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Del. Eleanor Holmes Norton is organizing a July 2 forum
Public transit is your friend for crowded events like fireworks displays
The corridor currently has six lanes for car traffic and two for parking
Celebrate Independence Day from these vantage points
The D.C. area comes in fourth for walkable urbanism
The city has told the company to remove its scooters from the streets
The game will be broadcast on large outdoor screens June 20
Get your binoculars ready!
Two locations for stand-alone toilets will be recommended by a working group
"Pharmacies are heavily concentrated in D.C.’s downtown and daytime centers"
Washington officials will run the pilot program through September in a bid to get more people to take the bus.
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These include old standbys such as the Lincoln Memorial and the National Cathedral, and some outdoor venues you may not have considered.
The 19,000-square-foot spot in a revamped Carnegie Library will launch with a six-week festival.
Some were highs, others were lows. And WeWork is now the District’s largest private office tenant
New budget proposal includes funding for additional transportation infrastructure and Vision Zero
The transit agency says it plans to take a weekend maintenance break for the next four weekends
Look out for the bright signs in the Golden Triangle Business Improvement District
Plans are in the works to renovate downtown’s Franklin Square Park, and others could eventually follow
The HOA dues for this centrally located unit include the property taxes and most of the utilities
The District would be able to enter "cooperative management agreements" with the National Park Service
Glimpse inside the new facility, housed at the New York Avenue Presbyterian Church
The center will début at a centrally located church with a ribbon cutting on Feb. 25
The school will consolidate its D.C. real estate at the Pennsylvania Avenue site and the museum will move
One Judiciary Square could become the latest official commemoration to Barry
District officials had said the center would open before Nov. 1. Now it’s looking more like February
In 2018, workers removed legally protected materials from the building, which is being turned into a museum
But the group plans to fundraise for a 50th anniversary parade in 2020
Officials hope the move will help reduce traffic crashes and deaths as part of the District’s Vision Zero initiative
The vigil will take place downtown from Dec. 20 to 21
EAB and Chemonics International plan to move their headquarters to other locations in the city
The building is pet-friendly and has laundry facilities
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The home gets lots of light and comes with a parking space
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