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July issue PDF & primary web content now posted

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Opposition to Size of Meridian International Center’s 16th Street Planned Residential Tower and Conference Space Grows

Architect’s depiction of how the proposed apartment building facing 16th Street would appear at the foot of the Crescent Place slope as viewed from above the western portion of the Meridian site where can be seen the red brick White-Meyer mansion and the stone-faced Meridian House. (As with the image above, this revised depiction also did not convince the ANC that there was any discernable difference to what had previously been shown from this perspective.) illus.--courtesy shalom baranes associates.

Architect’s depiction of how the proposed apartment building facing 16th Street would appear at the foot of the Crescent Place slope as viewed from above the western portion of the Meridian site where can be seen the red brick White-Meyer mansion and the stone-faced Meridian House. (As with the image above, this revised depiction also did not convince the ANC that there was any discernable difference to what had previously been shown from this perspective.) illus.–courtesy shalom baranes associates.

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By Anthony L. Harvey

In yet another jam-packed Adams Morgan Advisory Neighborhood Commission (ANC) July 8th monthly meeting, opponents of the latest proposal by the Meridian

What Once Was in Washington, D.C.

Washington DC, Center of Manufacturing . . .

Scenes from the Past Archive

Archive ~ April 2001 – August 2012


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