Washington, founded in 1791, was laid out as the administrative center of the then young United States. It's early years of growth were rather slow, being called a "city of streets without buildings." When the British maliciously ravaged the city in 1814, it gave it's residents a renewed calling-to build a truly great city from the ashes.

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Listing 1 to 17 of 17 buildings
Union Place Residential - Phase II14under construction
Union Place Residential - Phase I14under construction
RESA at Tyber Place13under construction
500 L'Enfant Plaza12under construction
Avidian14under construction
2 Eye Street13under construction
1000 Maine11under construction
100 K Street13under construction
Four Constitution Square12under construction
The Highline at Union Market14under construction
The Belgard13under construction
Portals V13under construction
250 Massachusetts Avenue13under construction
Columbia Place12under construction
Moxy Hotel13under construction
Plaza West12under construction
Midtown Center12under construction