The Cleveland Park Historic District has been listed in both the National Register of Historic Places and the District of Columbia Inventory of Historic Sites for more than thirty years. The National Register nomination form has a detailed history of the neighborhood’s development. Download the nomination here (text) and here (pictures). The DC Historic Preservation Office’s brochure about Cleveland Park gives an excellent overview of Cleveland Park’s history.
Here is a map of the Cleveland Park Historic District from the DC Historic Preservation Office showing which buildings are contributing and which are noncontributing resources. Click the image below to see a high-resolution version, or download the map as a PDF here. (Contributing resources are those properties built before 1942 and those that are individually landmarked. Read about the contributing-noncontributing distinction here.)
If you are planning work on your historic district property, visit this page for an explanation of the historic preservation review process.
Questions? Email Carin Ruff.