ADSW Preservation Projects

ADSW assisted with the actions shown in italics.

Bethesda Theatre

7719 Wisconsin Avenue
Bethesda, Maryland
1938, John Eberson, architect, Sidney Lust, developer
ADSW is working to save the theater from encroaching development. ADSW's National Register Nomination was approved.

Greenbelt Center School

15 Crescent Road
Greenbelt, Maryland
1937, Douglas Ellington & Reginald D. Wadsworth, architects
Landmarked 1983

Greyhound Terminal

1100 New York Avenue, N. W.
Washington, D. C.
1940, Wischmeyer, Arrasmith & Elswick (Louisville, Ky.)
1991, Keyes Condon Florance Eichbaum Esocoff King
Landmarked 1986-87; Design of new building 1988

Hecht Company Warehouse

1401 New York Avenue, N. E.
Washington, D. C.
1937, Abbott, Merkt & Co.
Landmarked 1991-92


3133 Connecticut Avenue, NW
Washington, DC
1931, Joseph Younger, Architect
1935, Alexander H. Sonnemann, Designer (200-unit addition)
2004, Hartman-Cox, Architects (south tower)
ADSW filed a landmark application seeking to protect the interior spaces of the Kennedy-Warren apartment building.

Sears Department Store

4555 Wisconsin Avenue, N. W.
Washington, D. C.
1941, John Stokes Redden and John G. Raben, architects
Landmarked 1993

Silver Theatre

8619 Colesville Road & 8555 Georgia Avenue
Silver Spring, Maryland
1938, John Eberson, architect
Landmarked and supported 1984-present. Working with Montgomery County on redevelopment plans.

Buildings are identified by their original name.

  • Hecht Company Warehouse
  • Waffle Shop, 10th Street NW
  • Hecht Company Store in Silver Spring