19.4 percent of properties in the nation’s capital are historic, according to Greater Greater Washington, and that number is only growing. This past year, 17 buildings were designated historic landmarks by the D.C. Historic Preservation Office. These properties ranged from single-family homes to playgrounds to schools to apartment buildings.
In order to keep track of these new, notable buildings, Curbed DC has mapped them below, listed geographically from the most north to the most south.
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Note: The following buildings have been ordered geographically, from the most north to the most south.Read More