The Munson Hall Apartment Building, constructed in 1937, is significant as an example of an apartment building constructed in response to rapid population growth in Washington, DC. during the interwar period. Munson Hall was the first in a cluster…

Designed by Robert O. Sholz in the Art Deco style and completed in 1931, the Keystone Apartment Building is an example of a large-scale apartment building constructed in response to DC's rapid population growth during the interwar period. The…

Constructed in 1939, the Everglades Apartment Building was one of many apartment buildings established to fit DC's growing population in the interwar period. It is the work of developer Harry M. Bralove, one of Washington’s leaders in apartment…

Built between 1911 and 1912 by Harry Wardman, Wardman Row is associated with the most important builder/developer in Washington during the early decades of the 20th century. Wardman's houses, apartment buildings, and hotels changed the appearance of…

Built in 1928 by architect David L. Stern, the Ponce de Leon apartment building is situated in one of the more architecturally significant blocks in the apartment building corridor that runs along Connecticut Avenue. The brick building presents a…

Designed by architect Frederick Atkinson and constructed in 1903, the Plymouth was erected during the first great wave of apartment house construction in Washington and is representative of the era from about 1890 to 1917, during which time the…

The Northumberland, designed by Albert H. Beers and built between 1909 and 1910 by Harry Wardman, presents an eclectic classical facade that blends harmoniously with the buildings that surround it along New Hampshire Avenue. The building remains an…

One of the city's finest apartment hotels when opened, Meridian Mansions was built between 1916 and 1918, following the designs of A.H. Sonnemann. This prestigious address has served as home to numerous senators, congressmen, and diplomats. Notably,…

The McCormick Apartments is a landmark apartment building on Embassy Row whose inhabitants once included Andrew W. Mellon. It consists of four stories, a mansard, and a raised basement. The top-floor apartment commemorates Andrew Mellon's national…

The Harrison Apartment Building is the earliest known surviving example of the rowhouse apartment building in Washington, DC. Late-nineteenth century Washington did not readily accept apartment buildings, and their development lagged behind that of…