Take a look back in time to 1892 and see what Adams Morgan looked like before the jumbo slices. Explore a topographic map from the Library of Congress showing the area with no 18th St. and 16th St. and a much more rural landscape.
In 1904, buying a home in Washington, D.C.'s Mintwood Place was a bargain, at $8,500. That same home is now worth more than $1.2 million! Learn more about the long-term appreciation of property values in this blog post.
Can you imagine living in an apartment for only $37.50 a month? Believe it or not, it was possible in 1908! Learn more about this incredible deal, and the original name for Adams Morgan - Washington Heights!