Howard University Miner Building Announcement

News—————2 November 2022

Howard University Miner Building Render By: Studio Twenty Seven Architecture

Studio Twenty Seven Architecture is finishing design work on the Myrtilla Miner Building at Howard University. Howard University’s central campus includes several National Historic Landmarks. National Historical Landmarks are buildings the U.S Secretary of the Interior has designated as structures of national significance to American history and culture. The Myrtilla Miner Building is listed in the National Register of Historic Places for its significant role in Black Education in Washington, DC. The approximately eighty thousand square feet of the building were constructed in 1913 and served as a teacher-training school for African Americans.

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