Brookland remains a relatively diverse and stable area of Washington. African American architect Romulus C. Archer designed many of the homes, buildings, and churches in the area.
Justine Ward, the music educator and author, lived in Brookland and built the large residence now occupied by Ronald McDonald House in the 1300 block of Quincy Street. CUA's School of Music is named in her honor.
Brookland features many businesses that make it a bustling corridor. Restaurants, education & religious institutions, health care, grocery stores, design studios, realtors, auto mechanics, hair and nail salons, florists, liquor stores and veterinary hospital to name a few.
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