Posts Tagged ‘K Street’

“Comfortable” But “Boring” Design Wins Out on K Street

You know what downtown D.C. architecture really needs? Another big glass box.

D.C., NCPC Considered Pilot Program for Taller Buildings on K Street

A congressional committee will gather this morning to debate the future of D.C.'s skyline. The House Committee on Oversight and Government Reform has been presented with two recommendations for revising the 1910 Height Act: one from the National Capital Planning Commission that would leave the law largely intact, and one from the D.C. Office of Planning that [...]

Now That’s What I Call a Sidewalk!

From this [Park(ing) Day]...

To this...

The organizers of Park(ing) Day DC seemed none too pleased with the post I wrote about their event. Apparently, the explanatory tone was not oozing with enough enthusiasm for them, so one coordinator took the time to type out his own version.