Capitol Hill Converted profiles the adaptive re-use of former Washington D.C. Public Schools located in the Capitol Hill neighborhood of Washington D.C. Many of these schools transformed into luxury living accomodations, resulting in a unique and memorable series of buildings. The profile for each school includes information such as when the school was originally built, who the original architect was, the school´s namesake, what its interim uses were after the school was closed, when it underwent adaptive re-use and why. Each school has its own individual story and includes all of the historical school photos that could be located as well as many photos of the interior/exterior of structures as they exist now.
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