The True Reformer Building, a civic and cultural landmark located in Washington, DC’s historic U Street/Shaw neighborhood offers two unique meeting/event spaces for use by community organizations and the public.
The True Reformer Building was the first building in the United States to be designed, financed, built, and owned by the African American community after Reconstruction and is located at the intersection of 12th and U Streets, NW. The Public Welfare Foundation, a DC-based grant making organization purchased the True Reformer Building in 1999 and carefully renovated the building as its new headquarters.
Interested in renting space at the True Reformer Building? Please explore the links on the right for more information on our meeting spaces and the rental process in general.