Washington, DC, May 18, 2019 (WEAU/Bastien Inzaurralde) A look at the most expensive home renovation in Washington D.D. on Tuesday, May 6, 2019.
The most expensive project in Washington on Tuesday was the renovation of the former home of the Supreme Court of the United States, according to the Washington Post.
The Supreme Court was built in 1792, but was rebuilt in 1823.
The building was built on the site of the old Washington D.”s Capitol.
The construction cost for the renovations were estimated at $7 million, the Washington Examiner reported.
A total of six buildings were renovated during the project, including the Capitol and the Supreme Courts grounds.
The cost of the Capitol renovations totaled $8.3 million, according the Washington Times.
The Supreme Court is the oldest surviving building in the United State and was built during the American Revolution.
The Washington Post article said that the construction cost was part of a larger project to transform the old courthouse into a museum of historical events and art, including exhibits, artifacts, and artifacts from the 1800s and 1900s.
The court building was completed in 1900 and has been the home of Washington’s Supreme Court since 1808.
The Washington Post reported that the cost of renovating the courthouse cost $3.7 million.
The building’s main lobby and main entrance are now covered in plaster.
The entrance to the court was painted with murals by the Metropolitan Museum of Art, which were installed on the main entrance.
The court also received extensive repairs by the United Nations, according The Washington Times article.
The new building is expected to open in 2020, according ABC News.