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Georgetown’s Smith Point tavern, which is now up for sale, achieved prominence in its early years as a favorite of D.C.’s party circuit for young affluent conservatives — and a frequent target for derision. Complex, a New York-based pop-culture...
The controversial Meridian International building project on 16th Street drew continued criticism this month from some Historic Preservation Review Board members, who asked developers to shave one story from the proposed 10-story building. The project team returned to the...
Mayor Muriel Bowser’s 2018 budget has the official tagline of the “largest investment in public education in history.” But critics say the funding does not match the rate of inflation, and some of the city’s largest schools would see...
Drivers in Sheridan-Kalorama will begin seeing “resident-only” parking on their neighborhood streets as soon as this weekend — a rare step that responds to recent security-related parking pressures associated with the area’s new high-profile residents: the Obamas and Ivanka...
A planned Georgetown commercial building that won zoning and design approval two years ago continues to remain in limbo as no tenants have yet signed a lease for the project. Currently the site of a surface parking lot, the property...
The heavily scrutinized property at 2200 P St. NW in Dupont Circle — the site of a popular, recently shuttered Sunoco service station — might be on the road to changing hands, as several parties have recently expressed in...
The D.C. government is preparing to replace the playground surfaces in Lafayette and Kalorama playgrounds following months of complaints that the wood chip play areas don’t meet Americans With Disabilities Act standards for wheelchair accessibility. In Chevy Chase, the D.C....
After complaining for more than a year about problems associated with the renovation project at Duke Ellington School of the Arts, neighbors are now looking toward more decisive action. Residents who live near the Burleith campus at 35th and R...
The Sunoco service station at 22nd and P streets NW in Dupont Circle has been closed since January, to the chagrin of the surrounding neighborhood and officials such as Ward 2 D.C. Council member Jack Evans. New York-based developer...
Plans to convert part of the Carnegie Library building downtown to an Apple Store drew enthusiastic support from neighbors and community leaders on Monday night, marking a win in the first step of a lengthy regulatory process for the...

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