Category Archives: Mount Vernon Square

903 N St. NW

903 N St. NW is a two-story brick commercial building.  The original building was a one-story warehouse built in 1906, with a second story added in 1950.  At some point, it became a commercial garage.  In 2012, it was converted from a garage to become the Table restaurant.

611 N Street NW

611 N Street NW was built as a police station in the 1990’s.  It has been occupied by New Transitions, a D.C. government transitional facility for women, since 1988.  It was renovated in 2012, reusing the foundation but creating a striking multi-color facade, and using extensive recycled materials for economy while transforming the building into […]