Take a step back in time, to an age of quality construction and unparalleled design. Harvard Row is a new conversion of a Victorian-era mansion into 7 new 1- and 2-bedroom units, only three blocks from the Columbia Heights metro. Harvard Row blends the unique architectural elements of a hundred-year-old home with the highest-quality modern amenities, for a seamless and harmonious blend of old and new.
Harvard Row offers a metropolitan life without compromises: space in a central location, luxury at an affordable price, and eco-friendly living in the utmost comfort.
OPEN HOUSE SUNDAY 7/22: 1-4PM
CELEBRATION EVENT 7/26: 6-9PM
Featuring the artwork of Judith Judy &
a benefit raffle for Food & Friends
ABOUT FOOD & FRIENDS
Food & Friends is the only organization in the Washington, DC, area providing specialized, nutritious meals, groceries, nutrition counseling and friendship to people living with HIV/AIDS, cancer and other life-challenging illnesses. Food & Friends' staff of professional chefs and community dietitians design meals that meet the special dietary needs of persons living with a broad range of illnesses. Our confidential services are free of charge to individuals and their families and caregivers living throughout Washington, DC, 7 counties of Maryland and 7 counties and 6 independent cities of Virginia.
ABOUT JUDITH JUDY
Judith Judy, a featured artist in Washington Spaces magazine’s summer 2007 article "Celebrating Art: A look at the Regions Artistic Diversity" is exhibiting 15 pieces from her Mystical Landscapes series. Her work is the subject of critical review by Florie Gilbard and Eleanor Kennelly, and is finding its way into private collections in the northeast and mid-atlantic area.
Judith maintains studios in both Northern Virginia and Fenwick Island, Delaware. She is currently represented by the Alex Gallery A in Washington D.C., and Gallery Piquel in New Hope, PA.