This iconic 3-story building sits on a beautifully-landscaped, thousand-square-foot lot at the junction of DC’s H Street Corridor and East End. A rebuilt and regal older building, it’s an ideal office space for any organization seeking close proximity to significant administrative institutions. With a unique facade of pitched, wrap-around cornices, inset windows, and artful, painted brickwork, this uniquely-attractive structure of 2000 square feet sits amidst neighborhood greenery, and is set off by antique wrought-iron fencing. It’s second floor maintains wheelchair accessibility, and the structure is set back on a corner lot surrounded by wide, red-brick sidewalks. Built as a sturdy, luxury residence, the fully re-created interior features a homey office space with numerous storage closets, built-in shelving, exposed brick, a fireplace, wall-to-wall carpet, and high ceilings. An abundance of windows brings a flood of natural light into the space while offering views of the tree-lined Second and East Streets. The pragmatic inside re-design features both private and open work areas, a full bathroom and one half one. An open-air balcony extends from one of the third-floor individual offices, and an awning-covered side-entrance on 2nd Street that gives access to two small well-gated, brick-laid courtyards ringed by short hedges and potted plants. Central to the city, the site could not be more favorably situated for relationships to the organs of governmental power and connections to distant points in the DC metro area. The site lies just one block from the Red line at Union Station. It is two miles from the White House, a half-mile from the Supreme Court Building, and two blocks from the Hart Senate building.