The city’s built environment is transforming with these megaprojects.
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The disruptive demonstrations are set to last throughout the day.
The District has eight wards that determine elections and the distribution of city services.
Change is in the air.
The annual bookfest takes place at the D.C. Convention Center August 31
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The historic Carnegie Library has been radically transformed into a glossy flagship for the tech company, with creative ambitions to boot
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The street redesign has been planned for over a decade and is set to be completed by fall 2020
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Construction on the multimodal project is anticipated to start this year
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EAB and Chemonics International plan to move their headquarters to other locations in the city
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The development will transform a parking lot into 100-plus units
The project is centrally located in Mount Vernon Triangle
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Home values have increased by 207 percent since 2000.
Expect a tree-lined sales floor and a skylight.
Expect a rooftop terrace and a "game zone."
The five-story property was constructed in c. 1900.
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This listing comes with a carriage house and off-street parking.
From a three-day design conference to a workshop on discovering the history behind houses in the District.
According to Walk Score, the nation’s capital is known as a "walker’s paradise" as well as a "biker’s paradise."
Apple has agreed to open a flagship store in the 113-year-old Carnegie Library. The tech giant has been in talks with Events DC for months now for Apple’s second location in the District. The first location is in Georgetown.
A pro-Israel lobbying group hopes to expand their headquarters by two stories and construct an eight-story building next door.
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From a colorful, quirky Barbie display to a repurposed Waterfront church, see where you should go to see secret artworks in the nation’s capital.
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Apple will lease 18,896 square feet of interior space as well as a portion of the grounds.
The hotel would be located at 601 K Street NW, which is currently occupied by a two-story building and parking lot.
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The space will eventually house a tree-lined sales floor with a skylight.
Some of the amenities to look forward to include a fitness center, 24-hour concierge, free Wi-Fi in common areas, and a rooftop deck with a pool.