D.C. officials on Tuesday announced that the city is closing an entire apartment complex on the National Mall in an effort to make way for the city’s next round of affordable housing projects.
The apartment complex will be replaced by apartments in the city.
Officials say they have received $25m from the National Park Service to complete the project.
It will include the construction of a new parking garage, the construction and maintenance of new building materials and a new kitchen and bathroom for the apartments.
The National Park service has also agreed to pay $5m in rent for the area and $1.5m for the surrounding neighborhoods.
The decision to close the buildings came amid pressure from residents who said they were tired of paying the building rent and struggling to afford their rent.
They want to buy their homes.
Some also called for the removal of the National Guard from the Mall to make room for more affordable housing.
The National Park was established in 1916 to protect and preserve our country’s heritage, heritage values and natural beauty.
We are dedicated to preserving this heritage for generations to come.
The Mall is home to the Smithsonian Institution, the Smithsonian Conservation Institute, the National Air and Space Museum and other important national and international institutions.
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