List of African-American historic places in the District of Columbia

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Based on a book by the National Park Service, The Preservation Press, the National Trust for Historic Preservation, and the National Conference of State Historic Preservation Officers.

- List of African-American historic places in the District of Columbia

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U Street (Washington, D.C.)

Commercial and residential district in Northwest Washington, D.C., most of which also constitutes the Greater U Street Historic District.

Facing east down the 1200 block of U Street. Landmarks visible include G. Byron Peck's Duke Ellington mural on the True Reformer Building, Lincoln Theatre, and Ben's Chili Bowl.
Row houses after snowfall on Wallach Place
Twelfth Street YMCA Building
Ben's Chili Bowl, a neighborhood landmark
Interior of the Lincoln Theatre
Mural at U Street station
Map of 2010 U.S. Census Tract 44
1923 14th St NW before 2014-8 renovation
1923 14th St NW after renovation
Retail and new apartment buildings along 14th Street, 2019
Retail on east side of 14th Street between S and T streets
Row house at 13th and Wallach with taller new buildings rising in the background, 2010s
Commercial buildings on the 1600 block

U Street is now promoted as a "happening" neighborhood for upscale, "hip", and "eclectic" dining and shopping, its live music and nightlife, as well as one of the most significant African American heritage districts in the country.