Washington, founded in 1791, was laid out as the administrative center of the then young United States. It's early years of growth were rather slow, being called a "city of streets without buildings." When the British maliciously ravaged the city in 1814, it gave it's residents a renewed calling-to build a truly great city from the ashes.

Building Search  

Default  • All  • Built  • Under Construction  • On Hold  • Proposed  • Stale Proposal  • Cancelled  • Destroyed  • Vision  • Fantasy

Listing 1 to 15 of 15 buildings
900 New York Avenue12proposed
88 M Street12proposed
44 M Street12proposed
Union Square III12proposed
71 Potomac Avenue13proposed
1000 South Capitol Street SE13proposed
Florida Rock West12proposed
600 Second Street13proposed
201 F Street12proposed
200 F Street12proposed
Storey Park Flats13proposed
65 I Street12proposed
601 New York Avenue14proposed
3rd and K Street, NW14proposed
Florida Rock East10proposed