The city’s built environment is transforming with these megaprojects.
From vintage carousels to world-renowned museums, D.C. offers something for every family. We’ve mapped our 30 top picks.
Skip the National Mall and head to these lesser-known locations instead.
Where to get fresh fruit, vegetables, and other foodstuff.
Such incidents fell 64 percent near special zones during a recent D.C. pilot program.
These venues offer classes, competitions, and kid-friendly fun.
The District boasts an array of architectural gems.
It’s what’s on the inside that counts.
The updates will include new sidewalks, bathrooms, and an underground museum.
The popular basin and surrounding cherry trees face danger from rising sea levels.
See your options in neighborhoods like Ivy City and Capitol Hill.
From lesser-known museums to some of the region’s finest parks
See your options in neighborhoods like Chevy Chase and Southwest.
The District has eight wards that determine elections and the distribution of city services.
The project would create a new rail bridge, doubling the corridor’s capacity.
There are dozens spread across the city, waiting to be tilled.
Officials say the properties need at least $2.2 billion in deferred maintenance.
With more than a dozen dog parks, the District has plenty of places for your furry friend(s) to run around.
"Art All Night" showcases work by local artists into the early morning hours.
See your options in neighborhoods like Navy Yard and Bloomingdale.
Memorials, a museum, and a university make the list.
New York-based Revel is set to offer 400 battery-powered mopeds in the city.
D.C.’s median sales price was $592K. That of the metro area was $470K
Core areas of the city appear to have hollowed out until the current decade
From outdoor pools to indoor pools, take a dive near you
But some of the pools will stay open through Labor Day
The little ones can cool off easily at these 26 locations
The city has replaced metered parking with commercial zones at nine locations
The temporary facility will be located near the Waterfront Metro station
There’s no shortage of online platforms with which to find an apartment in D.C.
See your options in neighborhoods like Shaw and Palisades
Watch the high-stakes soccer match on the D.C. waterfront
See your options in neighborhoods like Southwest and Georgetown
Brace yourself for crowds on and around the National Mall
Celebrate Independence Day from these vantage points
The properties were sold to private developers at a recent auction
Advocates and officials are meeting to address crashes and bike lanes
The Reflecting Pool and the World War II Memorial will be publicly accessible
See your options in neighborhoods like Columbia Heights and Southwest