National Capitol Planning Commission
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UrbanTurf Staff | May 16th 2022
The National Capital Planning Commission will consider approval of the final master plan for the sprawling new development at its early June meeting.... read»
Lark Turner | September 9th 2014
Pedestrian foot traffic embedded in the park's pavers will power lights on the site's benches.... read»
Shilpi Paul | September 25th 2013
On Tuesday, the city's Office of Planning released their bold conclusions regarding DC's height limit: it should be raised within L'Enfant City, and e... read»
Shilpi Paul | May 14th 2013
On Monday night, officials from the Office of Planning and the National Capitol Planning Commission held their first public meeting on the city's Heig... read»
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Shilpi Paul | May 13th 2013
In the fall, the National Capitol Planning Commission and DC's Office of Planning announced the start of a Height Master Plan study. Tonight, the publ... read»
Shilpi Paul | July 20th 2012
On Thursday night, the National Capitol Planning Commission (NCPC) held an open discussion about their plan to transform 100 currently less-than-hospi... read»
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