Interior Architecture Changes: One Franklin Square

     Interior Architecture Changes: One Franklin Square             One Franklin Square is located in 1301 K Street NW across from Washington’s second largest park, Franklin Square. It’s the fifth tallest building in The District of Columbia and it was completed in 1989. It was developed by Prentiss Company and […]

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Interior Final: Inside the lives of Thomas Circle

The buildings in Thomas Circle Northwest have a character of their own.Built for a more affluent community, the ceilings rise up high and every room is filled with marble and glass. The surrounding buildings in Thomas Circle NW are truly breathtaking, one more beautiful than the next. Clearly targeting a high class, the hotels and […]

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Something to Hide? A Look at Cambridge Row Condominiums

According to Google Maps, 197 feet separate Potomac Gardens Apartments from Cambridge Row Condominiums. Roughly 200 feet away from an apartment building defined by its violent past is the newly renovated Cambridge Row with studio spaces starting at $200,000 (“Cambridge Row”). In 1989, the neighborhood surrounding Potomac Gardens was deemed “the most dangerous in America” […]

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Built Description Exterior

  Built Description Exterior: A Giant Food Store Jordan Schreer The grocery store on the corner of 7th and O Street seems to have a creepy and eerie name to it. Back in March of 1994, the first shooting occurred within the walls of store. This then happened again, although the recent shooting was only […]

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