The U.S. Capitol Building is scheduled to be built over the summer to replace the original Capitol building, which was torn down in 2019.
The project, known as the Capitol Crossing, will replace the former Capitol building on the north side of the Capitol with a brand new one.
The $400 million project will be completed in 2021.
Construction is slated to start in 2021, according to a document obtained by USA TODAY.
The building will be dedicated to the nation’s leaders and representatives at an estimated cost of $400.3 billion.
It will include offices, offices, dining, a conference center and offices for the White House, Senate and House of Representatives.
The Capitol Building was completed in 1909.
Construction will be funded by federal grants and private donations, including a $400,000 donation from the John D. and Catherine T. MacArthur Foundation.
The original Capitol was torn up in 2019 and replaced by a brand-new one.
It is expected to be completed by the end of 2021.
The new Capitol will house offices for President Donald Trump, Vice President Mike Pence and members of Congress.
Construction on the new Capitol building will take place over two phases.
The first phase is expected next summer, and the second phase will begin in 2019, according the document.
The final construction of Trump Tower in Manhattan, which is also part of the project, is also expected to begin in 2021 and be completed early in 2022.
The president, Pence and other members of the administration will be housed in the new building, according a USA TODAY article.