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Acre 121
1400 Irving Street NW
Washington, District of Columbia (United States)
  • Highland Restaurant Group
  • Next to Lou's City Bar
(2011 - 2017)

 
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Back of the House
Duration Name Position
  -- Michael Soper Executive Chef
Front of the House
Duration Name Position
2011 - 2017 Terry Cullen Owner/Proprietor
Last updated: 2020-05-29

 
  • From the archived Acre 121 website: "The roots of the name Acre 121 continue the local northern/southern history that often defined Washington, D.C. In 1881, brothers Senator John Sherman and Civil War General W.T. Sherman purchased and subdivided a 121 acre plot of land north of Boundary Street, NW (now known as Florida Avenue) and named it “Columbia Heights.” In previous years, up until the 1840s, the area surrounding the current Columbia Heights Metro station at 14th and Irving streets was a mile long, circular horse race track. When the track closed, the area became a crossroads for nearby farms, with a daily stagecoach line to the City of Washington. Prior to that, it was home to the renowned Columbia College, which relocated and became George Washington University. Columbia Heights was long considered a peaceful and healthy respite from the humidity and malarial fevers found in the Federal city."

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