2101 Connecticut is a full-service co-op building located in Kalorama. Delivered in 1928, the 9-story building offers 64 well-appointed residences, some of which are the largest in the city. Full of charm, as well as beautifully ornate, all of the original homes within the building in the late 20’s ranged from seven to nine rooms, including servant’s quarters. These days, the building is one of the Kalorama Triangle Historic District’s contributing properties, and designated on the National Register of Historic Places. Former tenants include Vice President Alben Barkley and John Kluge, once known as the richest person in the United States. Read more about 2101 Connecticut.
This Modernist Masterpiece Designed By Robert Gurney (faia) Is Maintained In Kalorama's Iconic 2101 Connecticut Ave Nw Co-operative, Which Has Over The Years Played Home To Washington's Most Prestigious Businesspeople, Politicians, Ambassadors And Justices....
Welcome To 2101 Connecticut Avenue, Washington's Renowned Premier Cooperative, Designed By Joseph Abel And George Santmyers In 1927. Opened As A High-end Rental By Bf Saul In 1928, It Was Converted To Owned Co-operative Apartments In 1976. This Pre-war Bea...
With up to 6,400 SF of gracious living space, the homes of 2101 Connecticut provide a spacious alternative to living within the bustling DC area. Optional floor plans include a four-bedroom, two-bath with a chef’s kitchen and 2,700 square feet of living space, as well as a four-bedroom, three-bath unit with 3,000 square feet of living space.
2101 Connecticut Finishes
The apartments are distinguished by detailed moldings and architectural columns as well as by the meticulously created inlaid floors and oversize windows. The generous proportions of the homes span from the hallways and foyers to the spacious rooms.
2101 Connecticut Amenities
The building accommodates pets of up to 25 lbs and offers a 24-hour staffed front desk and garage and surface parking. Residents enjoy panoramic views of the city from a private roof deck. Other notable features of the building include the decorative stone lion heads, gargoyles and guardian statues protecting the building’s exterior. The grand lobby includes a crystal chandelier with a soaring 16-foot ceiling, marble flooring and dark wood paneling. There are three elevators, and residents have use of a large and private meeting room off the lobby. There is also a gym, laundry facility and there are additional storage units for residents to use.
Address: 2101 Connecticut Avenue, NW Washington, DC 20008
2101 Connecticut Location
The homes of 2101 Connecticut are located at the corner of Connecticut Avenue and Kalorama Road. 2101 Connecticut is within walking distance of the Woodley Park Metro Station as well as is adjacent to the Dupont Circle neighborhood. The homes are also an easy walk from the 14th Street restaurants.
Trees, friendliness and old-time charm are draws in the Kalorama neighborhood in northwest DC. It’s a unique blend of urban and suburban, and within walking distance to the Woodley Park Metro Station. Residents tend to stay a while in this D.C. neighborhood. We have featured below some of our favorite Kalorama Triangle developments---all historic residences set in beautifully ornate architecture featured on the National Register of Historic Places.2029 Connecticut in Kalorama is a 7-st... Read More
The epitome of traditional DC living in one of the most distinguished and finest neighborhoods, Kalorama enjoys elegant homes of the Washington elite, large Tudor mansions of foreign ambassadors, turn-of-the century townhouses of the well connected, and tasteful cooperatives like the coveted address of 2101 Connecticut Avenue. A full-service cooperative “coop” located in the Kalorama neighborhood of DC, the 9-story building was built in 1928, reflecting the Modernist style with Gothic de... Read More
The most expensive condo to sell in the District during February 2013 was in Kalorama at Kalorama Square located at 1817 Kalorama Square NW 9 Washington, DC 20008. This 4 BR / 7 BA / 3,600 SF condo includes two parking spaces. The selling price was $2.0M / $556 SF, which was 93 of the asking price.
Congratulations to selling Realtor Jeanne Livingston of Long & Foster Real Estate, Inc. for closing the most expensive condo sale in the District in February 2013.
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The most expensive condo to sell in Washington, DC in 2011 was for $6.25M at 3303 Water Street in Georgetown. As has been the case in past years, Georgetown dominated the DC luxury condo market with six of the top ten transactions. Kalorama and the West End both weighed in with two sales in the top 10.
The overall DC luxury condo market remained robust in 2011 with 79 transactions closing at a sale price of $1m or greater. Here are the top ten DC condo/coop transactions in 2011:
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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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Listing information last updated on May 18th, 2021 at 10:48am EDT.