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Andrew Giambrone reports for and edits Curbed DC. Originally from New York and now a Dupont Circle resident, he has worked at the Washington City Paper as a staff writer and The Atlantic as an editorial fellow.
District officials had said the center would open before Nov. 1. Now it’s looking more like mid-January
The home is near Rock Creek Park and has an in-law suite
The vigil will take place downtown from Dec. 20 to 21
Legislators will take up Comprehensive Plan amendments in the coming months
The home boasts modern interior features and a balcony within walking distance of Eastern Market
A supermajority votes to lower penalties for jumping turnstiles and boarding buses without paying
"These women computers played an integral role in the development of aeronautical and aerospace research"
Lawmakers debated which priorities new revenue ought to fund during one of their final meetings of 2018
The building is pet-friendly and has laundry facilities
The 10-acre site will be transformed into a mixed-use project called "City Ridge"
Twelve companies submitted 16 applications, as compared with six current dockless operators
The home comes with a fenced backyard and a finished basement
Local elected officials in Northwest approve a resolution about the slain journalist
Business incentives and a working group that would identify sites for freestanding facilities are on the table
But the transit agency opposes the move and critics say it is unclear how civil fines would be enforced
The home features exposed brick and original hardwood floors
The incentives may have totaled more than $1 billion in value, Mayor Bowser’s administration told the company
The companies criticize official limits on fleet sizes and scooter speeds
Property owners won’t be able to use secondary homes for short-term rentals under the new rules