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Check Out Renderings of the New NPR Headquarters
It’s slated to open in NoMa by the end of March. By Mary Clare Glover
Renderings of the new NPR headquarters courtesy of Hickok Cole Architects.
Comments () | Published February 1, 2013

Hickok Cole Architects released these renderings today of the new NPR headquarters, which is under construction in NoMa and is scheduled to be finished by the end of March. Unlike the old NPR headquarters in Penn Quarter, this new building will be much more open to the public—a concept that is reflected in the glassy, open design. There will be tours of the 90,000-square-foot newsroom as well as an exhibit tracing the history of NPR. A big coup for NoMa, the building will breathe even more life into a neighborhood that’s undergoing tremendous change. And it looks pretty good, too.



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