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Kennedy-Warren Apartments

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Identification

Kennedy-Warren Apartments
226968

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Structure in General

low-rise building
existing [completed]
steel
brick
applied masonry
light yellow
art deco

Usages

rental apartments
parking

Facts

  • The Kennedy-Warren was built in three phases. The first from 1930-1931, the second in 1935, overseen by Alexander Sonnemann, and the final phase in 2003-2004 with modifications by Hartman-Cox Architects and Clark Residential.
  • Hartman-Cox Architects were recognized with a 2005 Award of Excellence for Historic Resources from the Washington, DC chapter of the American Institute of Architects for their renovation and addition.
  • One of the most famous apartment buildings in Washington, the building stands just north of the main entrance to the National Zoo.

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Location

3133 Connecticut Avenue NW
3133 Connecticut Avenue NW
20008
Washington
District of Columbia
U.S.A.

Technical Data

107.03 ft
9
1930
1931
2004

Involved Companies


Alexander H. Sonnemann

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