I STREET - 2400 BLOCK OVERVIEW
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The 2400 block of I Street features typical two-story working class Foggy Bottom Historic District row houses. Most of the brick row houses you see on both sides of the street were built between 1880 and 1910. The row houses were also used as grocery stores, saloons and other neighborhood businesses. They faced potential demolition in the 1950s, but instead, following the Georgetown neighborhood model, the houses were renovated and preserved.
2400 Block I St., North side (D. Vogt 2022)
2400 Block I St., South side (D.Vogt 2022)
2400 block of I Street, looking east, in the Snow (J. Ford Huffman, Jan. 2022)
View of 2400 block of I St rooftops in 2017, Watergate Complex in background, (D. Vogt)