This past weekend, another newly renovated library has reopened in Washington, D.C., this time the Palisades Library, located at 4901 V Street NW. According to Washingtonian, the architecture team behind the $2.3 million renovation was Cox, Graae, & Spack Architects and MCN Build.

Originally, the facade was covered with brick, but it has been opened up with floor-to-ceiling windows. There is also a new, large meeting room that can be used for events and community meetings. Other need-to-know details are that the space now includes a green roof and reading nooks for the children’s section.

(Curbed DC)