Category:2101 Connecticut Avenue
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English: 2101 Connecticut Avenue, N.W., is a housing cooperative located in the Kalorama neighborhood of Washington, D.C. Built in 1928 by developer Harry M. Bralove and his partners, Edward C. Ernst and John J. McInerney, the modernist style with gothic ornamentation apartment building was designed by architects Joseph H. Abel and George T. Santmyer. 2101 Connecticut Avenue is designated as a contributing property to the Kalorama Triangle Historic District, listed on the National Register of Historic Places in 1987. Former occupants include Alben W. Barkley, William E. Borah, Theodore E. Burton, Benjamin N. Cardozo, Tom C. Clark, Willis Van Devanter, Leslie Groves, John Kluge, and Arthur L. Willard.
The structure is listed in the 1987 application to the National Trust for Historic Preservation for the Kalorama Triangle Historic District.
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