But that's not to say other lots can't be deemed historic.
Posts Tagged ‘parking lots’
The public isn't allowed to know.
Seriously: After taking note of the many expanses of concrete available for Hill staffers across the Capitol complex, I asked the Committee on House Administration how many parking spaces it oversees, and how many permits it hands out (each office gets a certain number to divvy up). Apparently, that information [...]
Sigh. The D.C. Building Industry Association's monthly newsletter has some new illustrations of what the giant big-box development at Fort Lincoln will look like, and the sight of acres of concrete surface parking is just as depressing as when they pitched it as "green" a few weeks ago. According to developer Michele Hagans, there will [...]