The city’s built environment is transforming with these megaprojects.
The dual office towers will have ground-floor retail and rooftop decks.
Federal planning commissioners endorsed the memorial this week.
The project is currently going through local planning review.
Officials will hold a meeting about the highly anticipated project next week.
The project would create a new rail bridge, doubling the corridor’s capacity.
Construction on the next phase of the Washington Gateway project will begin soon
D.C.’s library system is looking for an operator to offer workforce development
Construction on a major project off Rhode Island Avenue NE is now underway
The one-acre site is located at North Capitol Street and N Street NE
The display will mark the 50th anniversary of the Apollo 11 moon landing
The shelter will be located on the site of the Rita Bright Family and Youth Center
The corridor currently has six lanes for car traffic and two for parking
A public meeting on the project is expected in September
The fields are multipurpose and part of the 190-acre site’s overall redevelopment
Say goodbye to the current, decades-old building
A new pedestrian and cyclist bridge would fill a gap in access between the Arboretum and the Anacostia Waterfront
The tech giant and developer JBG Smith want to build two 22-story office towers at the Metropolitan Park site
The discovery of "possibly contaminated soil" is pushing back the site’s reopening by several months
The canopy is expected to be completed by early 2020, the transit authority says
With lawsuit rejected, major joint development by Gallaudet University and JBG Smith is set to advance
Three new artificial turf fields will be completed next spring
This café would allow visitors to be able to utilize Capital One’s financial services while there.
It looks so real that you can almost touch it ...
The connection is deemed feasible and potentially beneficial to Crystal City’s hotel district.
Expect the project completed by the fall.
A big win for Enid A. Haupt Garden supporters!
The name is still being discussed.
Beside the historic house of worship will be a plaza and courtyard.
The $18 million project will feature eco-friendly features and a marketplace.
Expect 12 additional units as well as a bicycle storage room and a rear patio.
The brand new community park will include a floating classroom, new bridges, and much more.
The "reimagining" will offer brand new exhibits, artifacts, and a refaced marble facade.
Expect sliding-glass, barn-style doors and floor-to-ceiling windows.