Walking Tour: The Transition of 14th Street

No area in Washington more in the last two decades has experienced more change than the interconnected neighborhoods of Logan Circle and Shaw...

No area in Washington experienced greater change in the 1990s and early 2000s than the interconnected neighborhoods of Logan Circle and Shaw, centered on the spine of 14th Street NW. These corridors have rebounded dramatically from urban decay and the riots of 1968, and are now home to vital communities of diverse residents and dozens of trendy shops, restaurants and nightclubs. Join AIA DC (American Institute of Architects) on this revealing tour led by an expert on DC history and urban archaeology.

This is a free event but registration is limited to 20.

Google Map of starting point


DC Design Week Presenting Sponsor:
Goetz Printing

DC Design Week Partners:
Benevolent Media
ADCMW, Art Directors Club of Metropolitan Washington
AIA DC, American Institute of Architects, DC Chapter

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When & Where
Wed, Oct 17, 2012 8:30 AM - 10:00 AM EDT
Meeting at the statue in the middle of Logan Circle Park
Logan Circle NW
Washington, DC 20005