L’Enfant Plaza was designed by I.M. Pei, with construction of the four main buildings completed in 1968. In 1973, 490 L’Enfant Plaza was added to the complex, as a combined hotel and office space. It was designed by Vlastimil Koubek, in the same Brutalist style as the rest of the complex.
Asbury United Methodist Church, at 926 11th St. NW, was built in 1915. It was designed in the Gothic Revival style, by architect Clarence Lowell Handing.
1004 M St. NW is a three-story brick rowhouse with wood trim. It was built in 1900.
This building was originally the Lincoln Westmoreland II apartments, set up as affordable housing under Section 8. In 2013, at the end of 20 years, the Section 8 classification expired and the owner decided not to renew, but instead to re-brand it as luxury apartments under the name Heritage Station at Shaw. The existing tenants […]
1708 9th St. NW is a three-story brick rowhouse with stone trim. It was built in 1900.
Door on the Blagden Alley side of 926 N St. NW.
Door on the Blagden Alley side of the building, with a mural by Kelly Towles.
This door is on Blagden Alley, on the rear of a building at 926 N St. NW. Mural by Cita Sadeli Chelove
908 Q St. NW is a brick rowhouse, built in 1890.
The south building of the Department of Agriculture is at 14th and Independence, across from the administration building of the Department. Completed in 1936, it was the largest office building in the world at that time. It is brick, in the Classical style, and is connected by two large stone pedestrian bridges across Independence Avenue […]