Neighborhood
Mount Pleasant

1627 Lamont St.

1627 Lamont St. is a three-story brick apartment building, with stone trim.  It was built in 1910, and has 21 units.

Neighborhood
Georgetown

2800 O St. NW

2800 O St. NW is a two-story brick house, built in 1900.

Neighborhood
Mount Vernon Square

611 L St. NW

611 L St. NW is a two-story brick and concrete building.  It was built in 1900, and the front facade has this door plus a large garage-type opening.  The current tenants are janitorial and cleaning service companies.

Neighborhood
Kalorama

2227 20th St. NW

The Knowlton, at 2227 20th St. NW, is a five-story apartment building, constructed in 1923.  It is brick with stone trim, with iron balconies on the 4th floor.  It is divided into 35 condo units.

Neighborhood
Cleveland Park

3209 Highland Place

3209 Highland Place is a large three-story brick Georgian-style house.  It is now the National Child Research Center, an independent pre-school.

Neighborhood
Mount Vernon Square

1026 6th St. NW

1026 6th St. NW is a small three-story retail building, constructed in 1850.  The front is a mix of brick, concrete, and siding.  It is vacant and has significant deterioration.  It was sold in October for $5 million, presumably to be incorporated in the redevelopment of the block into office space, with some of the […]

Neighborhood
Kalorama

2220 20th St. NW

The Mendota, at 2220 20th St. NW, was the first luxury apartment building in D.C., constructed in 1901.  It is seven stories, faced with stone.  It is a cooperative, with 48 units.

Neighborhood
Georgetown

3000 K St. NW

3000 K St. NW is one of the buildings in the Washington Harbour complex on the Potomac River in Georgetown.  The complex was completed in 1986, designed by Arthur Cotton Moore in the post-modern style.

Neighborhood
Shaw

The Howard Theater

The Howard Theater, at 620 T Street,

Neighborhood
Georgetown

Divine Science Church

The Divine Science Church of the Healing Christ is at 2025 35th St, NW.  The church building is white stucco and clapboard, with green wood trim in a Tudor style, and stained glass windows.  The Divine Science Church was founded in 1887, and this building became the D.C. location for the church in 1956.