One summer when I was a kid, our Civil War-era house on the Mississippi River got flooded. Nothing of much value was destroyed, but a few months later, an entire wall in our dank basement became overgrown with moss and mold. My mother’s shame was immediate, and the whole family spent several days scrubbing and the wall until it was clean again. Little did she know, if she’d have just left it alone for a couple decades, it would’ve been right on trend. … THE GREEN MAJESTY OF LIVING WALLS
High-rise residential units, community retail, and lots of interactive green space are the highlights of several developers who have proposed ideas for the redevelopment of the parking deck at 2nd and K Streets NW in the Mount Vernon Triangle of Ward 6.
This site lies, “directly above the I-395 freeway, bounded by 2nd Street NW to the east, H Street NW to the south, 3rd Street NW to the west, and K Street NW to the north”. … DEVELOPMENT PROPOSALS FOR MOUNT VERNON TRIANGLE PARKING DECK AND COBB PARK