A DC landmark, The Dresden, has a prominent spot in the James Goodes DC real estate bible, “Best Addresses.” As one of the most elegant and grand buildings in the Kalorama neighborhood in northwest DC, its reputation is well earned. Renowned developer Harry Wardman took pride in the construction of the Georgian Revival-style Dresden, which features spacious and traditional generous floor plans. Magnificent views of DC toward Taft Bridge can be seen by many of the units of The Dresden, ... Read More
The Dresden - Kalorama
The Dresden, located on the corner of Connecticut Avenue and Kalorama Road, is a Washington landmark listed in Goode’s Best Addresses. The building was designed by Harry Wardman, a 20th century developer who oversaw the design and construction of a number of luxury hotels and properties throughout the District. Delivered in 1901, the 7-story building in Kalorama offers 62 residences and is known as one of Wardman’s most elaborate designs. The apartments echo this tone with spacious proportions including high ceilings, wide hallways, and oversize windows as well as original parquet floors. Many of the homes offer striking views of the city while all residents are able to enjoy a rooftop garden. Building amenities include a staffed front desk and doorman, garage parking and a pet-friendly policy. The Dresden is within walking distance of the Woodley Park Metro Station.
- Units: 62
- Stories: 7
- Delivered: 1901
- Location: Corner of Connecticut Avenue NW and Kalorama Road
- Neighborhood: Kalorama
- Metro: Woodley Park
- Address: 2126 Connecticut Avenue, NW Washington, DC 20008
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Harry Wardman was one of the most influential real estate developers in DC during the early 20th century. He is responsible for developing many neighborhoods in Northwest DC encompassing an architectural style seen in row houses in Columbia Heights to luxury apartment buildings in Dupont Circle. The ubiquitous “front-porch row house” style is a signature Wardman design feature. That was a new design element that can be seen throughout Columbia Heights along the 900 block of Longfellow ... Read More
Located in Kalorama at the Corner of Connecticut Avenue and Kalorama Road is the Dresden. This pre-war condo building is featured in James Goodes Best Addresses and represents one of developer Harry Wardmans most exquisite Georgian Revival projects. The Dresden is a sister development to Wardmans Northumberland development located at New Hampshire and V in Dupont Circle. The Dresden was completed and opened in 1910 as an apartment house. It was grand for its day with large apartments,... Read More
In a city obsessed with new residential construction, many of our pre-war historic condo buildings are overlooked during the buying process. This is easy to do as there is significantly more media and real estate industry hype about the latest project from DC residential developers.The District is truly fortunate to also have a large number of wonderful residential buildings constructed in the pre-war years of the 20th century. While there are venerable pre-war condo projects throughou... Read More
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