1126 5th St. NW is a 1890 rowhouse, now divided into condos.
1022 Maryland Ave. NE is was built as a multi-family house in 1929. Sasha Bruce House currently owns the house, and runs it as a short-term shelter for youths. This door is on the 11th St. side of the building.
827 F St. NE is a 1915 rowhouse, divided into condos.
The Jefferson, at 315 H St. NW, is a small, four-story apartment building, containing two units on each floor. It was designed in 1899 by George S. Cooper, a prominent D.C. architect who designed many apartment buildings. It is in the Romanesque Revival style, with tan brick and Indiana Limestone trim. It is on the […]
1114 5th St. NW is a 1890 rowhouse, now divided into condos. It is three stories, of tan brick with Victorian trim, and stained glass above the door.
506 I St. NW is a three-story brick rowhouse, built in 1890.
4621 42nd St. NW was built in 1924. It is a small stone house, with a stone wall across the front of the house, obscuring half of the door. The house was built by Perna Brothers Construction, who also were part of the building of the Washington Monument and Glen Echo. Another of their buildings […]
3233 M St. NW is an old four-story townhouse on one of the main streets of Georgetown. In 2001, it was redeveloped into retail space on the ground two floors and residential units on the top two floors.
The Eldon, at 933 L St. NW, is a small 50-room hotel with a brick and stone exterior. It was built in 1929 by architect Daniel L. Stern.
The OCA is a non-profit started in 1973 to benefit well-being of Asian Pacific Americans, with 100 chapters in the U.S. The headquarters is at 1322 18th St. NW, an 1870 townhouse near Dupont Circle.