The museum expects to reopen next spring.
The city’s built environment is transforming with these megaprojects.
Skip the National Mall and head to these lesser-known locations instead.
Where to honor U.S. veterans and military members in and around the nation’s capital.
Dozens of the city’s schools have been modernized over the past decade-plus.
The updates will include new sidewalks, bathrooms, and an underground museum.
Don’t gloss over these extraordinary places.
Holy cow! (And "Baby Shark.")
The popular basin and surrounding cherry trees face danger from rising sea levels.
The city has awarded a roughly $425,000 contract for the project.
The White House, the Jefferson Memorial, the Commerce Department, the American Red Cross headquarters, and more—these creations typify the District’s most prominent architectural style.
Federal planning commissioners endorsed the memorial this week.
Centered on Alan Karchmer’s architectural photography, the exhibit debuts this fall.
The project is currently going through local planning review.
Events focused on the German art school are planned for October 6.
Officials will hold a meeting about the highly anticipated project next week.
The monument is open again after being closed for upgrades since 2016.
It’s the first expansion of the site since its dedication in 1971.
Photographer Barry L. Gfeller took the photos between 1976 and 1996.
D.C.’s library system is looking for an operator to offer workforce development
The project is intended to make the estate more energy-efficient and accessible
The kid-friendly event is free and recalls the War of 1812
The interactive display runs through September 2
Planet Word is expected to open at the historic Franklin School building in 2020
The display will mark the 50th anniversary of the Apollo 11 moon landing