Trinity Towers, built in 1928, is a significant example of noted Washington architect Harvey Warwick’s Gothic Moderne style apartment building designs. It was planned as a large, urban apartment building and sited on the 14th Street streetcar line. Along with the many other apartment buildings along 14th Street, Trinity Towers helped form an impressive corridor of modestly appointed apartment buildings that appealed to Washington’s expanding federal and middle income workforce in the first decades of the twentieth century.
DC Inventory: September 26, 2001
National Register: December 26, 2001