Cleveland Park: Two Hundred Years of Architecture

When passengers exit the Cleveland Park Metro station, they behold a charming, low-rise commercial district along Connecticut Avenue that resembles the main street of a small town—an historic small town, because structures like Engine Company No. 28, the Uptown Theater, and the shopping center known as Sam’s Park & Shop date back to the early 20th century.  In fact, many of the neighborhood’s buildings are located within the bounds of the Cleveland Park Historic District and represent two centuries of nation’s capital architecture styles, some unique to Cleveland Park.  Join Ana Evans of the Cleveland Park Historical Society for a walking tour that will travel both back in time and into the present by showcasing structures such as

              the Cleveland Park Public Library;

              The Broadmoor cooperative apartments;

              the Rosedale estate;

              Colonial Revival, Queen Anne, and Arts and Crafts-style residences;

              and the Slayton House designed by I.M Pei.

If you’ve only viewed Cleveland Park while driving along Connecticut Avenue, prepare to be amazed!

 

Ana Evans is a longtime resident of Cleveland Park and a member of the Cleveland Park Historical Society’s Architecture Review Committee.  The Cleveland Park Historical Society was founded in 1910 with a mission to maintain and enhance the character and strength of Cleveland Park as an historic, multifaceted, urban residential neighborhood.

 

Hosted by Carolyn Crouch, founder of Washington Walks

 

Be sure to also join us for the companion Virtual Experience, "Preservation Challenges in Cleveland Park" on Wednesday, November 17, 2021 at 7:00 p.m.

When 

Sunday, November 14, 2021 at 2:00 p.m. (SOLD OUT)

Duration 
Approximately 2 hours
Reservations 
Reservations REQUIRED and limited to twelve (12) participants.
Cost 
  • Complimentary tickets available to members at the Patron level. Join here.
  • $30 discounted tickets available to members at the Friend level beginning on October 24th. Join here.
  • $50 tickets will be available to the general public beginning on October 31st. Subject to availability.

Don't miss your chance to take this one-time-only walk. Become a member today!

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Where 
Meet outside the Cleveland Park Metro station’s Connecticut Avenue South exit by Indique restaurant (3512 Connecticut Avenue, NW)
Questions? Answers here.

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