Posted September 14, 2018 11:31:23This week, we took a look at the building’s layout and amenities.
We also took a peek at how the building will affect its surrounding area.
We know that the building is well known in Washington, D.C., and that the Capital City has been a key location for the development of the Washington Wizards.
So we decided to take a look back at the history of the Capitol building.
We were also curious to see how many of the many different offices the building houses will be open to the public.
So, we created a spreadsheet and then asked our favorite D.J. to tell us about how he uses the building and its facilities.
We also took the opportunity to look at what’s available for use in the Capitol and what you can expect in the near future.
As we mentioned earlier, the building has undergone some major renovations.
Today, there are a variety of seating options.
Here are some highlights of the new space, courtesy of the National Archives:Aerial view of the lobby.
Here are a few more photos that give us a closer look at some of the newer amenities that the National Gallery of Art is offering:This is the new entrance to the Gallery.
This was the first time the gallery opened in Washington.
This photo was taken by the National Post photographer.
The building will open to visitors in 2019.
Here is a photo of the first-ever display in the new National Gallery:A closer look behind the new opening doors:This will be the first full-length exhibit in the National Museum of the American Indian: The first exhibit in our National Gallery in more than two decades.
This will be a new exhibition of more than 50,000 items from more than 500 years of American history.
This exhibit is scheduled to open in 2019:The first-time visitors will be able to see the first of a series of works that will be on view for the first two years of the exhibition:The Washington Monument will open: A new addition to the National Mall, the Washington Monument was built in 1924 and will be unveiled in 2019 as part of the annual National Monuments Festival:Here is an aerial view of an exhibit that was unveiled this past weekend:The new National Mall and Capitol Park are a great way to see history in person.
Here is a closer view of a statue of a young Native American woman, as seen from the new museum entrance:Here are some other photos that were taken by our favorite photographer, Nate, who lives in the area:Here’s a look inside the new building.
Nate captures the view from inside, which is an incredible view of Capitol Hill:This picture is the third in Nate’s series of photos that depict the National Capital Area:Here Nate captures a view of how the new Capitol building looks from the outside:A view from the top of the building.
The Capitol is on the far left.
Here you can see the iconic “Capitol of the United States” logo.
Here’s another look at one of the elevators:This image is a rendering of the exterior of the next generation of the Capital Building, which will be completed in 2019, but it will have some changes to the interior:Here you can clearly see the large, new “Gates” sign in the upper right-hand corner of the top floor.
The new sign will feature a new name, “Gated” and will also be connected to a new entrance:A close-up of the Gates sign.
Here’s another view of one of those elevators.
The new entrance will be visible from the Capitol:Here a closer up of one elevator that will take visitors into the new interior of the capitol building:Here we can see how the ceiling of the “Gate” will be lowered to create a new and larger entrance:The entrance to “Gate.”
Here is another view from outside the “gate.”
The new “Gate,” which will have a larger, open entrance, will also have a new exterior name and a new design:Here, we can clearly hear the sound of the elevator coming into the building:The “Gate will be closed for two years before opening to the general public.”
Here we see how a new lobby is being built inside the Capitol.
The lobby is set to open this fall.
Here, we see a rendering showing the interior of this new lobby:Here one of two elevators that will serve the new “gate” entrance.
Here we get a close-ups of the two new doors that will open up from the “Gaters” sign:And here is a view from above, of the second entrance to a larger lobby: