by Katherine Skiba
A 25-year-old Chicago architect on Tuesday won an international design competition for a World War I memorial planned near the White House.
Architect Joseph Weishaar and New York sculptor Sabin Howard led a team that prevailed in a design challenge that drew 360 entrants.
The memorial is expected to cost $30 million to $35 million and is planned for a small, urban park on Pennsylvania Avenue.
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