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.
John Lewis’s house, with ribbons after his death, while he is lying in state at the Capitol a few blocks away.
Crypt at Glenwood Cemetery
Engine Company 20 This historic firehouse was built in 1900 by architect Leon Emile Dessez, Jr. It’s in the Italianate Revival style, with glazed brick and terra-cotta. It houses Engine 20, Truck 12, Ambulance 20, and Battalion 5.
1111 Montello Avenue is a 2-story brick row house with a peaked triangular roof. It was built in 1905.
The Holy Land Spiritual Church is at 1120 Montello Avenue. It is a 2 1/2 story brick building in the middle of a series of rowhouses, with a steeple on the triangular-peaked roof. It was built in 1981.
2200 R St. is a four-story stone building. It is currently the Embassy of Zambia, and was previously a private home.
1804 and 1806 Benning Road are part of a row of 2 1/2 story brick townhouses, built in 1941.
811 11th St. NE is a two-story rowhouse, built in 1900.
Triangle View, at 3600 B St. SE, is part of a large complex of units, some for rent and some for ownership, for low and moderate income occupants. It was constructed in 2004 under a Hope VI grant from HUD, which aims to provide housing and community support for a diverse range of incomes and […]