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Final Design Images

Here are the final design images. Advertisements

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Building design is complete!

The library is scheduled to close in late October. During construction, an interim library will operate three blocks south of the library at 1790 Douglas St. NE, the corner of 18th & Douglas. The interim space will open on in … Continue reading

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Woodridge Design Images

Here are a few additional images with some minor adjustments. The exit from the meeting room has been moved to the front of the building Two options are being considered for shading on the rear window — louvers or a … Continue reading

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Interim location for Woodridge

The location for the interim Woodridge Library will be only a few blocks south of the current library — at 1790 Douglas Street NE. The current plan for the interim space is to open a 4,200-square-foot modular unit in late summer. … Continue reading

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Woodridge Library Community Presentation

Take a look at the slides set to be reviewed at tomorrow’s community meeting. Find out more details Wednesday, May 1 at 6 p.m. at Woodridge Library.

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Community meeting set for May

The DC Public Library, with the architectural team of Wienceck + Associates and Bing Thom Architects, will present the latest update on the Woodridge Library project on Wednesday, May 1 at 6 p.m. This meeting to update the community is … Continue reading

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Looking ahead: Interim plans

Woodridge Neighborhood Library will close for reconstruction in late summer 2013 and an interim library will open. The current plan for the interim space is to open a 4,200-square-foot modular unit three blocks south of the library, on the northwest … Continue reading

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