Saint Matthews Cathedral
1725 Rhode Island Ave NW
Washington, DC
The cornerstone for Saint Matthews Cathedral was laid in 1893 after being designed by New York architect, C. Grant La Farge. MarChuk Construction's work at the Cathedral includes... Learn More >

811 Prince Street
Alexandria, Virginia
811 Prince Street is recorded on the National Register of Historic Places as the Bayne Fowle House and the Bayne-Moore Mourot House. This brick, sandstone, and iron residence was built in 1854 in the Italianate architectural style. During the Civil War, the house was occupied by Northern troops... Learn More >

Lloyd House
220 N Washington St
Alexandria, Virginia
The Lloyd House was originally named the John Wise House for its designer, who also designed Gadsby's Tavern. The Lloyd house was constructed around 1796 in the late eighteenth century Georgian architectural style... Learn More >

Baltimore and Ohio Railroad Station
8100 Georgia Avenue
Silver Spring, Maryland
The Baltimore and Ohio Railroad was the original rail line from the port of Baltimore, Maryland, west to the Ohio River at Wheeling and Parkersburg, West Virginia. Now part of the CSX network, it includes the oldest operational railroad bridge in the world... Learn More >

Fort Myer
Arlington, Virginia
Fort Myer, Virginia, is an army post located adjacent to Arlington National Cemetery and across the Potomac River from Washington, DC. The fort is recorded on the National Register of Historic Places, originally established as Fort Whipple in 1863... Learn More >