Address Bounded by Florida Avenue on the south, North Capitol Street on the east, McMillan Reservoir on the north, and 2nd Street on the west. Bloomingdale’s rowhouses are not only remarkably intact, but are substantial in size and materials (primarily brick with some stone) and offer quality design and craftsmanship. Built almost entirely between 1892
Address 201 East Capitol Street, S.E. The Folger Shakespeare Library is a monumental block-long structure clad in white Georgia marble that rises on the south side of East Capitol Street, between 2nd and 3rd Streets SE, in close proximity to the equally monumental buildings of the Library of Congress, the Supreme Court, and the U.S.
Address: 3600 Harewood Road, NE Current Status: Pending Hearing Date Nominated: September 2017 Built circa 1857 as the gatehouse to William Wilson Corcoran’s 191-acre Harewood estate, the Harewood Lodge is the sole surviving standing structure associated with the country retreat. Located on a five-acre remnant of the former estate, the two-story stone building was designed
Address 1145 17th Street NW The National Geographic Society headquarters, located at 1145 Seventeenth Street Northwest in Washington, DC, is a ten-story, mid-century modern office building and exhibition space that was designed by architect Edward Durell Stone, and built between 1961 and 1963. Constructed of reinforced concrete, with an exterior of white marble, black granite,
Address 150 S Street, NW St. Paul’s is associated with the development of the Bloomingdale community as the earliest and best surviving example of a neighborhood church, and for its relation to patterns of demographic change in the city and local community as the church of the first African-American congregation in Bloomingdale. Other neighborhoods also
Address 104-108 Rhode Island Avenue, NW A popular venue for entertainment and community events, the American Theater building has served as an anchor for Bloomingdale during periods of stability and change. It was a prime factor in the development of the neighborhood. The theater and nearby row of shops created a true commercial and community