Tag Archives: The Columbia

The Columbia | Market Pulse | January 2020

The Columbia Residences has a fascinating backstory. The former Columbia Hospital for Women was founded in 1866 in Thomas Circle, and relocated to the West End neighborhood a decade later. It was reconstructed in 1912, with a stunning design from Nathan S. Wyeth, architect for numerous embassies and government buildings, including the West Wing and […]








The Columbia | Market Pulse | September 2019

The Columbia Residences enjoy quite the history. Originally located in Thomas Circle, the Columbia Hospital for Women opened its doors in 1866, serving wives and widows of Civil War soldiers. The hospital moved to its present West End location in 1876 and was subsequently rebuilt in 1912 as a much larger facility. The ornate Italianate […]



The Columbia | Market Pulse | August 2019

The Columbia Residences are historic and luxurious, offering unsurpassed community amenities. Originally located in Thomas Circle, the Columbia Hospital for Women opened in 1866, serving wives and widows of Civil War soldiers. The hospital moved to its current West End location in 1876 and was rebuilt in 1912. It remained open until 2002 and was […]