courtesy of ‘Amberture’
Looking for something to do this weekend? Well you should definitely consider heading over to see House of Cars: Innovation and the Parking Garage at The National Building Museum. The organization of the exhibit is fabulous and the historical significance is absolutely fascinating. You don’t want to miss this wonderful gem before it is to late, the House of Cars exhibit closes on Sunday, July 11th.
Who knew learning about the innovation of the parking garages could be so much fun!
The National Building Museum is located at 401 F Street NW and offers free admission.
For more information call 202-272-244
‘Washington, DC Woodward & Lothrop historic 2’
courtesy of ‘army.arch’
West Elm is closing its DC store which is currently located in the former Woodward & Lorthrop department store building at 1020 G St. NW – also known as, the building over a Metro Center entrance. This comes as another sign of the times, backtracking from the city’s efforts to boost the density of retail stores downtown – “it was a corporate decision, this location was just not as successful as they’d hoped,” said Store manager Dion Barela for the Washington Business Journal.
On a positive note for the rest of us, the furniture retailer is currently holding a sale on remaining store items. The store has an approximate close date set for March 15th.