The DC Preservation League in cooperation with the Southwest Neighborhood Assembly will present part two of a three-part lecture series on Southwest on Monday, April 22 from 6:30 to 8:30pm called Shaping Southwest: Understanding the Past and Envisioning the Future. Recent years have brought significant changes to the neighborhood of Southwest Washington, and more change is on the horizon. Speakers from the Historic Preservation Office will emphasize the role of preservation and adaptive re-use while those from the architectural community and the Office of Planning will propose new visions for the neighborhood. Discussion of the planning process and the mechanisms that manage this change will also be highlighted. A panel discussion will follow to evaluate the evening’s presentations.
The event will take place at Arena Stage (1101 6th Street). The cost $10 for DC Preservation League members & Southwest residents and $20 for non-members. Tickets can be purchased at the event or online.