The Broadmoor Over the Years as Recorded by The Washington Post

Both the building and its residents have been reported on by the Washington Post over the years. A selection is below. If you have or know of other coverage of the Broadmoor, please send them to webmaster Jim Buchanan at: jmbuchanan7@gmail.com.

1929-1934

Time is Still Left to Map Apartment, The Washington Post, May 5, 1929

Cafeteria Supper Served at Party, The Washington Post, March 8, 1931

Man Severely Hurt in Sedan's 150-Foot Career After Crash, The Washington Post, February 9, 1933

Junior Hadassah Selects the Broadmoor for Annual Valentine Dance, The Washington Post, February 12, 1933

Huey Long, The Washington Post, April 1 1934

1935-1945

The Broadmoor Terrace Opening, The Washington Post, June 5, 1935

Broadmoor Lobby Description, 1938, The Washington Post, December 25, 1938

Housing Shortage is Real Stranded Senator Finds, The Washington Post, Februray 8, 1942

1946-1960

Court Voids Apartment Sale to Zlotnick: Broadmoor Co-Op Held Based on 'Misunderstanding,' The Washington Post, October 24, 1950

1961-Present

Marianne Kyriakos, The Broadmoor: At Peace in the Past, The Washington Post, June 3, 1995