2024 Real Estate Seminars

Martin Luther King Jr. Memorial Library 901 G St. NW, Washington, DC

DC Real Estate Agents and Appraisers can earn three continuing education credits in one of these free, three-hour, in-person courses focused on historic preservation in the District of Columbia. Join DCPL at the MLK Jr. Memorial Library (901 G Street NW) on Friday, June 21st from 9:00 AM to 12:00 PM.  HP 101 will provide ... Read more

Holy Ground: Queer Faith Expression in Washington, DC


Did you know that on March 22, 1965, DC hosted one of the first discussions surrounding LGBTQ+ religious identity, belonging, and community? Franklin E. Kameny organized a meeting between members of the Mattachine Society and 11 clergymen from Protestant, Catholic, and Jewish communities around the Capital. This pivotal conversation, held at American University, marked a ... Read more

The History of Latino Communities in Washington, DC Community Meeting and Presentation

Mount Pleasant Neighborhood Library 3160 16th Street NW, Washington DC

The DC Preservation League has completed the first draft of The History of Latino Communities in Washington, DC: A Context Study. Please join for a presentation by architectural historian Heather McMahon—the consultant behind the project—who will provide an outline of that history, including associated themes and related sites. There will be opportunities for attendees to ... Read more

Denrike Building Tour

Denrike Building 1010 Vermont Avenue NW

Located just north of McPherson Square in what was historically considered the northern limit of the city’s financial district, the Denrike Building is an 11-story office building designed by local architect Appleton P. Clark, Jr. The structure, built between 1925 and 1926, is executed in a Tudor Gothic Revival style, rare among the city’s commercial ... Read more