We all know the President lives in the White House at 1600 Pennsylvania Avenue. But what about the Vice President? Are they left to fend for themself? For most of our nation’s history, that was the case. With each new Vice President, new security features were installed at their homes. Starting in 1977. Walter Mondale became the first Vice President to live in the officially designated 1893 home on the grounds of the Naval Observatory in Washington, D.C., just 2.5 miles from the White House.
I was interviewed by and quoted in this article from the New York Times about the official residence for the Vice President. Click here to read the article.