Northeast Library

Northeast Library

330 7th Street NE

Front of Northeast Library

Renovation of the Northeast Neighborhood Library was completed in February 2014. The Georgian Revival style building, which first opened in 1932, provides state-of-the-art library services, while retaining the building's historic character. 

Services and Features

2014 Interior Renovations
  • Restoration of original woodwork
  • New plumbing, electrical and HVAC systems
  • Improved lighting
  • Increased space for library programs
  • Larger meeting room
  • Quiet study rooms
  • New restrooms
  • New elevator
  • Roof repairs
  • New flooring
  • New and restored furnishings and fixtures
2010 Exterior Renovations
  • Window restoration
  • Masonry repointing and cleaning
  • Repairs to the black ornamental fence
  • Extensive landscape improvements
  • Outdoor reading room/patio with seating
  • New signage

Awards and Certifications

  • LEED Silver Certification from the US Green Building Council 2015
  • AIA DC Chapter, Award of Merit, Historic Preservation 2015
  • District of Columbia, Awards for Excellence in Historic Preservation 2015
Whiting-Turner Construction with Bell Architects and Vines Architecture served as the design/builder team.

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