Engine Company 23, located mid-block at 2119 G Street, N.W, was constructed in 1910 in the Foggy Bottom neighborhood in Washington, D.C. The modest-scaled two-story red brick firehouse building with its rear campanile-type tower and distinctive…

The Church of the Epiphany, an unpretentious Gothic Revival style structure, is located at 1317 G Street, N.W. The main' entrance of the church faces south on G Street. The church plus an addition to the rear containing the parish hall, offices,…

The Martin Luther King Memorial Library (MLK Library) is a four-story steel and glass International style building in downtown Washington, D.C. designed by world famous German-born architect Ludwig Mies van der Rohe and completed in 1972. The modern…

The small house at 511 G Street NW and it larger squarish neighbor at 521 S are two vestiges of Washington’s working-class from virtually the city’s earliest days, and are perhaps unique in their age and social significance in the old downtown…

The lot is bounded by F Street to the north, a narrow, limited access service road to the south, the office building at 1718 F Street, NW to the east, and the office building at 1730 F Street, NW to the west. The six story building was constructed in…

The Sun Building was designed in 1885-87 by the nationally recognized architect Alfred Bult Mullett for A.S. Abell, publisher of the Baltimore Sun, as the paper's Washington news bureau. The building was constructed by John H. Hewlett. A contemporary…

The current Atlantic Building is a 10-story office structure completed in 2006, standing on a the same city block as the historic Ford's Theatre. The preserved facades of the turn of the century buildings previously occupying these lots form the face…

The Pension Building was designed by Army Quartermaster General Montgonery C. Meigs and was built between 1882 and 1887 to house the U.S. Pension Bureau, a Federal agency bright into being the award pensions to Union veterans of the Civil War. This…

The Roosevelt makes a significant contribution to the understanding of the development of the apartment building. Approval for the Roosevelt was granted on October 17, 1898 with the issuance of D.C. Permit to Build #625. The architect was C. Graham…

The E Street Campus, whose address is often given as 2430 E Street NW, is located west of Twenty-Third Street NW and immediately south of E Street NW on the northwest slope of Navy Hill in Washington, DC. It now consists of the Central, East, and…