Thanks for publishing my photograph, @ggwash. It’s from the top floor of National Public Radio’s national headquarters in 2013, overlooking the census tract will less abundance compared the one facing the other direction. My blog post on that including maps is here: Photo and Map Friday: The Social Determinants of the NoMa Neighborhood, Washington, DC USA)
I’d love to go back up there and take another photograph – the cityscape has definitely changed in 4 years.
With regard to Amazon’s HQ2, I proposed previously that Washington, DC’s differences (especially as the most inclusive city in the world) compared to Seattle would be beneficial. See what you think. More on Washington, DC’s proposal can be found here.
Thanks for publishing my photo UrbanTurf, and more data on DC’s advantages for Amazon
DC’s suggestions for Amazon’s HQ2 include the Anacostia waterfront and NoMa. The National Zoo proceeds with plans for a new parking garage. Baltimore kids form a “walking school bus” to get to and from school. Source: Breakfast links: DC’s new strategy for HQ2? Multiple buildings – Greater Greater Washington