Currently, Washington, D.C., has roughly 1,500 vacant homes and 150 vacant lots and buildings, many located east of the Anacostia River in some of the city’s most underserved neighborhoods. This past year, residents in Anacostia spoke out against four vacant houses owned by the District that have yet to be renovated or redeveloped. But there are far more that have yet to be restored.
Curbed DC is reaching out to readers to ask which properties are the most derelict and in need. Have any ideas? Let Curbed DC know in the comments, and, in the future, we may make a map of these as well.