By the time you read this, Washington City Paper will have moved out of our offices at 734 15th St. NW, our home since 2016. The building is set to be redeveloped over the next few years, and since the staff has been working and producing issues remotely for more than a year to limit exposure to the coronavirus, we decided to terminate our lease early when presented with the option. But we are already searching for another permanent location in D.C. There’s nothing that beats the energy of a vibrant, humming newsroom, and we can’t wait to be able to gather again with each other—and our readers—when it’s safe to do so.
In the meantime, you can help us report with story tips or reach us on our website, Twitter, Facebook, and Instagram. If you want to reach our staffers directly or suggest where we should move next, visit our Contact Us page.
Since launching in 1981 as your hometown source for local news, City Paper has had many homes but only one goal: connecting D.C. natives and newcomers to the District and to each other. As we celebrate our 40th anniversary, we hope that you’ll continue reading and join us as a member to support our journalism for the next 40 years.