I.M. Pei Lives on in SW

By Ryan Pierce Prominent architect I.M. Pei passed away recently at the age of 102, after a lengthy successful career that spanned the globe. Before Pei would become famous for designs such as the Louvre Pyramid or Bank of China Tower, he did some of his earliest design work right here in Southwest DC. Pei […]

SW Library Closing June 1

By Southwester Staff The Southwest Library will close permanently on Saturday, June 1 at 5:30 p.m. to allow for the construction of the new Southwest Library. Construction of the new Southwest Library, a fully-funded $18 million project, will begin later in June at the same location. The new library will feature: Environmentally sustainable design with […]

Stay Ahead of the Curve During Traffic Changes in SW

By Neo H. Morake, Co-Chair, SWNA Transportation Task Force Earlier this year, the District Department of Transportation (DDOT) released its 2019 Audi Field and Nationals Park Traffic Operations and Parking Plan (TOPP). The purpose of the TOPP is to identify key resources and strategies designed to help facilitate travel by large crowds to and from […]