Neighborhood
Foggy Bottom

805 25th St. NW

805 25th St. NW is a small two-story brick rowhouse, built in 1900.

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Foggy Bottom

2526 L St. NW

2526 L St. NW is an 1893 rowhouse.

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Foggy Bottom

2600 Pennsylvania Ave. NW

2600 Pennsylvania Ave. NW is a seven-story condo building, constructed in 2001.

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Foggy Bottom

2520 L St. NW

2520 L St. NW is a two-story brick office building.  It is currently the Barlow Center, pf the Church of the Latter Day Saints.  The building was constructed in 1923, and remodeled in 1992.

Neighborhood
Foggy Bottom

Corcoran Hall

Corcoran Hall, at 725 21st Street, N.W. , is an academic building at George Washington University.  It was built by GW in 1924, designed by architects Albert L. Harris and Arthur B. Heaton.  It was named after William Corcoran, President of the trustees and founder of the Corcoran Gallery of Art. The building is four […]

Neighborhood
Foggy Bottom

955 26th St. NW

The Griffin, at 955 26th St NW, is a nine-story red brick building with 115 condo units.  It was built in 1985, in a contemporary style.

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Foggy Bottom

951 25th St NW

951 25th St NW is a three-story narrow brick rowhouse, built in 1905.

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Foggy Bottom

The Watergate

The Watergate is a complex of five buildings – three residential buildings, an office building, and a combined office and hotel.  This door is from 2500 Virginia Avenue, one of the residential buildings.  The complex was built between 1963 and 1971.  It became famous in 1972 with the Watergate break-in leading eventually to Nixon’s resignation.

Neighborhood
Foggy Bottom

Marquis de Lafayette Hall

The Marquis de Lafayette Hall, at 2100 I St. NW, is a dormitory at George Washington University.  It was originally an apartment building, which GW converted to dormitories in 1964.  The eight-story building was constructed in the 1920’s by an unknown architect.  

Neighborhood
Foggy Bottom

1016 22nd St. NW

1016 22nd St. NW is a multi-family brick rowhouse, built in 1922.