The Latrobe Gate was built by Benjamin Latrobe, located in Washington D.C. at the Washington Navy Yard. It was built in 1806 using the Greek Revival architecture style. It was one of the oldest U.S. Navy shore establishment in the United States. This gate allowed for vehicles to pass through the center as well as pedestrians walking on both sides of the gate. It is a three story building with two greek columns on each side of the gate. The building is made up of all brick, but was decided to paint it all white for a different look.