A year and a half after a fire ravaged Frager's Hardware, the 94-year-old Capitol Hill institution is on the road to rebuilding.
Can a High Line-style park over the Anacostia River bring two sides of the city together?
While many are enjoying D.C.'s boom, the companies behind the developments are often viewed with distrust. We speak to architect Roger Lewis about developers and their role in shaping a city.
Kojo explores the micro housing trend, and looks at the lifestyle and zoning considerations that come with living small.
Kojo and architect and urban planner Roger Lewis chat with Montgomery County planning director Gwen Wright.
Giving Capitol tours to constituents is a primary duty of Hill interns. They provide a great deal of information, but sometimes they're a little short on actual history.
The D.C. Streetcar is now set to start carrying passengers "on or after Feb. 26," capping years...
Metro’s second-ranking official has resigned, according to a memo by WMATA General manager Paul...
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