Structure Type: built works - public buildings

Designers: Brown, Arthur, Jr., and Associates, Architect (firm); Arthur Brown Jr. (architect)

Dates: [unspecified]

Washington, DC

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The Interstate Commerce Commission Building, formed one part of the massive Federal Triangle Building Project in Washington, D.C., designed and built between 1928-1934. This 70-acre building project provided the now powerful and extensive bureaucracy of the U.S. Government with a cohesive and dignified facade to present to the world.

PCAD id: 6774