We’ve watched these last few weeks as workers have been painstakingly cleaning, priming, and then painting the decorative facade of the G street side of the Woodies Building. But today the painters seemed to kicked it in high gear as they made the once drab exterior come alive in vivid color. The 1000 block of G street has never looked so good.
Or has it? Is this work restoring the old Woodies Building to it’s former, original glory? Our cursory research didn’t turn up any color photos of the exterior from the buildings heyday. Does anyone know if this current restoration is mimicing the original scheme?