235 F St. NE is an old brick store, formerly Martin’s Market. This is a side door, a few feet above ground level, presumably having had steps down to ground level originally.
1300 H St. NE is a small one-story building at the corner of H St. and 13th St. It was built as a D.C. library kiosk in 1982, and closed in 2008. The District sold it to developers who will replace the building with a four-story combined retail and residential unit. The signs in the […]
1362 H St. NE is a two-story building, brick with stone trim, built in 1934. It is along the historic H St. NE corridor, and was formerly a restaurant. It is currently vacant; the owners have said that they intend to turn it into a sports bar.
1207 I St. NE is a two-story brick rowhouse, built in 1930.
817 12th St. NE is a two-story brick townhouse, built in 1910.
1337 H St. NE is a two-story brick building with Italianate roof details. It is currently available for lease as retail or office space, approximately 5,000 sq. ft. It was built in 1920, along the historic H St. corridor. In the past few years, it has housed pop-up art happenings and an unlicensed funeral home.
606 F St. NE is an 1896 multi-family rowhouse.
418 H St. NE is a narrow three-story mixed-use retail building on the historic H St. corridor, built in 1890.
644 F St. NE is a 2 1/2 story grey brick rowhouse, built in 1911 and now divided into condos.
The Home Savings Bank, at 722 H St. NE, was designed in 1912 by prominent D.C. architect Appleton P. Clark, Jr. in the Neoclassical style.