Neighborhood
Capitol Hill

314 E. Capitol Street

The John Jay Apartments were built in 1901 by architect B. Stanley Simmons. In the Italic Renaissance style, the 5- story building was one of the first multi-story apartment buildings in Capitol Hill.

Neighborhood
Capitol Hill

219 3rd St. SE

John Lewis’s house, with ribbons after his death, while he is lying in state at the Capitol a few blocks away.

Neighborhood
Capitol Hill

210 A St. NE

210 A St. NE is a three-story brick Victorian townhouse, built in 1890.  For the past several years, it has been called the “Breitbart Embassy.”  Breitbart News rents the townhouse from  the owner Moustafa El-Gindy, a former member of the Egyptian parliament.  He bought the house in 2009 for $2.35 million. Breitbart News uses the […]

Neighborhood
Capitol Hill

714 7th St. SE

714 7th St. SE is a two-story brick rowhouse with a turreted roof.  It was built in 1890.

Neighborhood
Capitol Hill

410 7th St. SE

410 7th St. SE is a two-story rowhouse, built in 1890.  It is now used as a small office building.

Neighborhood
Capitol Hill

522 7th St. SE – Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints

The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints, at 522 7th St. SE, is a new building, dedicated in 2015 as a ward meetinghouse for the Church.   It is brick, two stories with a steeple.  The prior building on the site was demolished by the Church in 2011, and had been at one point […]

Neighborhood
Capitol Hill

525 7th St. SE

525 7th St. SE is a three-story brick townhouse, built in 1968 in the Colonial style, to fit in with the historic houses surrounding it.

Neighborhood
Capitol Hill

541 7th St SE

541 7th St. SE is a two-story rowhouse, with a gabled roof and dormer in the front, and a recent third-floor addition in the rear.  The house was built in 1857 according to Ditto, the firm that redeveloped the property (the real estate sites list the date as 1890).

Neighborhood
Capitol Hill

545 7th St. SE – Capitol Hill Arts Workshop

545 7th St. SE is a two-story brick building with stone trim.  It was built in 1904 as the B.B. French School, a public vocational school.  Starting in 1942, the nearby Marine barracks leased the building until 1959.  After that, D.C. used it as storage for three years, and then it remained vacant for about […]

Neighborhood
Capitol Hill

701 G St. SE

701 G St. SE is a two-story rowhouse, brick with stone trim.