705 G St. SE is a two-story rowhouse, brick with stone trim and a cylindrical bay. It was built in 1900.
709 G St. SE is a small two-story brick rowhouse, now used as a commercial building.
714 G St. SE is a small two-story commercial building, brick with stone trim. It was built in 1900.
545 8th St. SE is part of three conjoining buildings, two-story brick with wood trim, built in 1913. The costume shop closed in 2012.
423-A 8th St. SE is a small commercial building on the historic Barrack’s Row.
619-2 Pennsylvania Avenue is a small three-story brick commercial building, built in 1930.
400 7th St. SE is a two-story brick single-family home. It was built in 1886.
418 7th St. SE is a two-story brick rowhouse with a turreted roof. It was built in 1890, and is currently used as a small office building.
700 E St. SE is a large brick townhouse on the corner of 7th and E Streets. This door is on the 7th Street side of the building. It is currently used as a commercial office building.
The Southeast Library, a branch of the D.C. Public Library, is at 403 7th St. SE. It is a tall one-story brick building with stone columns and detailing, by architect Edward Tilton, in the neo-Classical style. It opened in 1922, and was the second D.C. Library branch. It was one of three D.C. libraries funded […]