1111 Montello Avenue is a 2-story brick row house with a peaked triangular roof. It was built in 1905.
First Trinity Lutheran Church was founded in 1851. This church building, at 309 E St. NW, was built in 1959, in a streamlined mid-century style.
614 C St. SE is a 1908 rowhouse.
The Spanish Embassy is at 2375 Pennsylvania Avenue. It combines a tow of three-story brick townhouses with a modern extension of an additional three-stories of glass above.
The Goethe-Institut at 7th and I St. is a center for German culture. Their glass doors feature posters for their programs, like this one for their Damage Control film series, in conjunction with the Hirshhorn Museum’s Damage Control exhibit. It is an old red brick building, remodeled into offices. The Goethe-Institut moved in to the […]
The Randall Junior High School building, at 65 I St. SW, was built in 1906 and closed as a school in 1978. After that, it served as a homeless shelter and for a short time as art studio space. The Corcoran Gallery of Art bought the building from the city in 2006 for $6.2 million, […]