The District of Columbia opened its newest library this week, the Washington Highlands branch William O. Lockridge/Bellevue Library at 115 Atlantic Avenue, SW (that little slice of southwest you didn't know existed on the north edge of Bellevue). The original library, built on the site in 1959, was demolished in 2009 in favor of a modernist design created by Adjaye Associates. Jair Lynch was the development manager of the project. The library was designed to earn a LEED Silver certification.
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