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N Street Village

N Street Village located on the northeast corner of 14th and N Streets NW in the Logan Circle neighborhood of Washington, D.C. The organization is a non-profit facility offering social services to women who are homeless, low-income, or in recovery from substance abuse.


Founded in 1973 by Luther Place Memorial Church, the N Street Village complex incorporates 1329–1335 N Street, NW, contributing properties to the Fourteenth Street Historic District. Built in 1883, the identical, brick row houses were designed by architect Clement Auguste Didden.

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Taken on November 8, 2009