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  • Team of OMA + OLIN Wins 11th Street Bridge Park Design Competition

    When the 11th Street Bridge Park Design competition launched on March 20, 2014, more than 80 companies representing 41 landscape architect/architect teams submitted their proposals to transform an old freeway bridge into the D.C.’s first elevated park, over the Anacostia River. Now, after seven months, the winner has finally been announced.

    Washington Dc 22 October 2014 05:42

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