An influx of new residents and a building boom have changed the Washington, D.C., metro area. The city's office construction has contributed an average of 3.9 million square per year since 2001. In 2014 alone, D.C. added almost 7,000 residences
Some of the fascinating projects have been completed in the past decade and many more are still on the boards.
Architects, architecture writers, and locals weigh in on the 10 most interesting buildings built in the past 10 years. The list includes Tysons Tower, completed last year; La Casa Permanent Supportive Housing, completed in 2014; and CityCenterDC, which completed its first phase in 2013.
See the full list of interesting buildings on The Washington Post Magazine.
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