Agape I Church of Christ, at 2002 14th St. SE, is a red brick church with arched windows and a tall steeple.
1121 5th St. NW is a two-story stone building, originally constructed in 1927 as headquarters for the Washington News Company, and later serving as a book warehouse before renovation into an office building.
The Fraternal Order of Police Lodge #1 is at 711 4th St. NW. The Fraternal Order of Police was created in 1915, and Lodge #1 was chartered in 1966.
214 4th St. NE is a two-story brick rowhouse, built in 1882.
1940 35th St. NW is a two-story brick rowhouse built in 1905, and now divided into condo units.
The Lehigh, at 2605 Adams Mill Rd, is a four-story brick apartment building constructed in 1910, of brick with stone trim. It is now divided into condo units.
Kesher Israel Congregation began in 1910 in Georgetown. They moved to 2801 N St. NW in 1915, to a small rowhouse. In 1931, they constructed the current building on the site, a three-story brick building with stone trim and milky-glass windows made of post-industrial waste. The congregation is modern Orthodox, and has attracted many prominent […]
Eastern Market, at 225 7th St. SE, was built in 1873 by architect Adolf Cluss in the Italianate style, and expanded in 1908 by architect Snowden Ashford. It is the oldest continuously operating public market in the city. It was designed for selling fresh food, with a one-story high lofted design providing excellent ventilation. The […]
1000 O St. NW is a three-story brick rowhouse, built in 1900 and now divided into condo units.
605 New York Avenue NW is a small brick commercial building, constructed in 1900. It, and the similar 607 building attached to it, are part of the area being redeveloped by Douglass Development into the 655 New York Avenue office building complex. Douglass Development has worked with the D.C. Historic Preservation Office to preserve these […]