Then and Now: Arcade Market / DC USA
Then (left): Photographed ca. 1920, the Arcade Market at 14th Street and Park Road opened for business on December 12, 1910. It was scheduled to be razed in 1948.
Now (right): The northern half of the $150 million DC USA complex, which opened in March, 2008, is now on the site.
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