One of Kalorama’s most famous and coveted buildings, 2029 Connecticut Avenue, has an enviable location and top building amenities. Its residents live in one of DC’s most sought-after condo buildings in the Beaux Arts traditional styles that sits high on top of Connecticut Avenue enjoying sweeping views of the city. It is an easy walk to the vibrant neighborhoods of Adams Morgan and Dupont Circle, and convenient to both the Dupont Circle and Woodley Park Metro stations on the Red Line. Taxis frequently pass in front of the building on Connecticut Avenue. Walk to restaurants and shops in Kalorama, and nearby Dupont Circle. It enjoys close proximity to Reagan National Airport, the Kennedy Center and the White House. Adjacent to the building, there is the popular Rock Creek Park that offers top walking and jogging trails, horse paths and dog parks.
Formerly the Bates Warren Apartment House, the seven-story 2029 Connecticut Avenue has only 26 units, and was constructed in 1916. The unique Beaux-Arts style building is a part of the Kalorama Triangle Historic District listed on the National Register of Historic Places. It has been home to notable Washington politicians, dignitaries, and entertainers, including President William Howard Taft, Presidential nominee George McGovern, entertainer Lena Horne and many more.
The old Hollywood glamour of 2029 Connecticut Avenue is evoked with a grand entrance and decorated with ornate detail. The building features beautiful detail, grand style architecture, elegant entry foyers and spacious rooms, fireplaces, inlaid floors and spectacular moldings, intricate millwork, large windows and high ceilings. Floor plans are generous and units range in size from 1,185-5,400 square feet. Amenities include a 24-hour desk, garage parking, a rooftop deck with sweeping views of the city and an exercise room. 2029 Connecticut is pet-friendly and cats and small dogs are welcomed.
The ultra-distinguished neighborhood of Kalorama embodies old world character. Chic Kalorama was developed between pre-War 1897 and 1931. The historical Kalorama neighborhood is home to embassies, a Sunday farmer’s market with fresh flowers, gourmet meats and cheeses, and locally grown produce