This is an update to our earlier article, which mentioned that the cabinet is currently under construction in the basement of the apartment building that houses the new headquarters for the Washington Post.
It’s also worth noting that the original plan was to build it on the lower floors of the building, but that plan has since been changed to allow the installation on the upper floors.
That makes for a total of five floors in total, which should be plenty of room for an office space.
The entire project has been funded through a $500 million federal stimulus grant, and it will cost the city $1.4 million to install the cabinets.
The project will take a little over two years to complete.
In addition to the cabinets, the building will include a new restaurant and retail space, along with an outdoor plaza with a public park.
The plan calls for a new entrance for the building and a second one for the parking garage.
The building’s entrance will also have a large metal door that will open up and let pedestrians in from the street.
The Washington Post is a news organization that covers the Washington, DC metro area, and is owned by The Washington Post Co., which owns the Washington Times.
The paper was founded in 1919 by Frederick Arthur and is published by The New York Times Company.