While 21 of 37 St. E’s East buildings are expected to remain as the campus is overhauled, buildings 89, 94, 95 and 100 stand out as clearly visible from Martin Luther King Jr. Avenue SE. Those four historic structures, each built in 1902 as part of the psychiatric hospital’s expansion, were recently stabilized in preparation for their eventual reuse — one as a Microsoft Innovation Center, another as French lighting firm Citelum’s U.S. headquarters.

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