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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
Lydian 400 K14under construction(1)
Union Place Residential - Phase II14under construction
Union Place Residential - Phase I14under construction
RESA at Tyber Place13under construction
500 L'Enfant Plaza12under construction
1000 Maine11under construction
100 K Street13under construction
The Highline at Union Market14under construction
Portals V13under construction
33 N Street13under construction
250 Massachusetts Avenue13under construction
Columbia Place12under construction
200 Massachusetts Avenue12under construction
1244 South Capitol Street, SE13under construction
1011 K Street, NW13under construction
Plaza West12under construction
Midtown Center12under construction