Liz retail is specially curated to add to the fabric of 14th Street, Liz residents, and the community at large. With the new Whitman-Walker Cultural Center acting as cornerstone of our dynamic retail streetscape, expect to see an array of cafes, specialty shops, and soft goods, including Sephora and Bluestone Lane Café.
Located at Liz, The Goethe-Institut’s new Washington headquarters will provide a rich array of arts and cultural installations, film programs, language classes, reading rooms, lectures, discussions and more.EXPLORE
The Whitman-Walker Cultural Center is dedicated to honoring and exploring the human experience through the lens of art and activism. Aspiring to create a diverse, open space for thought, dialogue and connection, we are creating an accessible, cultural venue for emerging voices – notable LGBTQIA+ persons – to explore how intersectionality impacts health and well-being.
In collaboration with Selldorf Architects, Future Green’s design integrates two historic D.C. buildings and creates a dynamic streetscape attraction. Intended to promote inclusivity and dialogue between the community and the larger public, the design includes a wood-deck plaza that functions as an outdoor room and can accommodate public art, commemorative signage, and a vast array of community programs.