Passing over Sidney Street, the street grid switches from long north-south blocks to longer east-west grids, so there are more utilitarian structures such as garages facing Nebraska Avenue.
I don’t remember this store ever being open, but that vending machine has always been in operation.
This alley house looks to be occupied.
Then there’s this beast of a building that I’ve been told was a hardware store at some point, but is so huge that efforts to fully rehab it have stalled over the years.
I think some people still live there, though, as I’ve seen people coming and going over they years.
Across Shenandoah, the relic of the “East Coast rivers” street naming system, is a laundromat that has survived for many years now.