Located in the Cleveland Park neighborhood of Washington, DC, the Broadmoor is an Art Deco standout among many high-rise residential buildings along Connecticut Avenue. Designed by Joseph H. Abel, and completed in 1929, the Broadmoor is nestled against Rock Creek Park. Considered far out of town when it was built, this beautiful building is now smack dab in the middle of life and culture of Washington, DC.
The home of close family for years, we had the pleasure of staying at the Broadmoor many times. The Cleveland Park Metro stop is just down the block, offering convenient access to the sights and museums of Washington, DC. I have fond memories of the excellent restaurants in the area, too.
This is one of the earliest panoramas I attempted. I think it turned out pretty well considering my primitive gear.
No famous people are immortalized in this shot.
2022 Update: We now live a couple blocks from the Broadmoor in the equally fantastic Tilden Gardens.
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