Deck the District with boughs of holly.
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.
Where to shop when you need a new piece
Sit back, relax, and soak up the sun in these 20 secret gardens, parks, and green spaces in Washington, D.C.
These venues offer classes, competitions, and kid-friendly fun.
The District boasts an array of architectural gems.
See your options in neighborhoods like Adams Morgan and Langdon.
The Washington Nationals come home Friday for the third game of the series.
Market-rate apartments at the Harlow are renting for an average of nearly $3,000 a month.
What you need to know to feel like a true fan of the World Series-bound Nats.
No. 1: 20037, which covers parts of Foggy Bottom, West End, and Dupont Circle.
The rail system will accept passengers for 20 minutes after the games end.
From lesser-known museums to some of the region’s finest parks
Officials will hold a meeting about the highly anticipated project next week.
The District has eight wards that determine elections and the distribution of city services.
There are dozens spread across the city, waiting to be tilled.
With more than a dozen dog parks, the District has plenty of places for your furry friend(s) to run around.
See your options in neighborhoods like Navy Yard and Bloomingdale.
From outdoor pools to indoor pools, take a dive near you
The city has replaced metered parking with commercial zones at nine locations
Construction on the 7.3-acre site is expected to begin in late 2019
See your options in neighborhoods like Shaw and Navy Yard
EAB and Chemonics International plan to move their headquarters to other locations in the city
The move is meant to make roads safer
See your options in neighborhoods like Brookland and Anacostia
See what flicks to look forward to at 10 different locations
"Moon Over West Half Street" appears in honor of the All-Star Game coming to Navy Yard
From Georgetown to Navy Yard
Politico investigates where the administration’s junior staffers hang out
Take a tour of a unit at Kasita’s Navy Yard open house
All studios and one- and two-bedroom units.
This will make The Yards become Washington, D.C.’s largest urban waterfront development.
Expect over 260 rentals, retail, and below-grade parking.
Thompson D.C. will feature 225 rooms and amenities like a restaurant and rooftop bar.
The online auction had a total of 14 bidders and 74 bids.
With rents up to $10,050 per month.
Expect some surprises on which neighborhoods have experienced the highest year-over-year decreases.