Aspire to Live on Pennsylvania Avenue?
While only one “lucky” family can win the right to live at 1600 Pennsylvania Avenue in Washington DC, there are plenty of other options to choose from if you want to make your home on this illustrious thoroughfare. To assist with this goal, we have handpicked several full-service luxury condo buildings with a prestigious Pennsylvania Avenue address.
Whether the condos are located in the West End, Penn Quarter or Capitol Hill, all of these buildings have the same thing in common: prominent addresses in highly desirable locations where residents can walk to the Metro Station, restaurants and shops. These boutique condominium residences deliver upscale amenities, high-end features, and easy walking to everything you want in DC.
Live On Pennsylvania Avenue In The West End
The West End location features highly sought-after luxury condominium buildings, 2501 Penn and 2600 Penn. As their names suggest, they are located on the corner of Pennsylvania Avenue and 25th Street, and on the corner of Pennsylvania Avenue and 26th Street, respectively. Both buildings are on the edge of Foggy Bottom and Georgetown. Residents can walk to Foggy Bottom Metro Station, Georgetown, and the Kennedy Center.
2501 Penn is an 8-story condo building with just 16 residences from 2,200-4,500 SF. Amenities include 24/7 secure front desk; concierge; rooftop balconies; garage parking; extra storage; and pet-friendly buildings. High-end features and designer touches grace the condo units.
At 2600 Penn, the 8-story building is home to 28 condos with gourmet kitchens, hardwood floors, fireplaces and parking.
Live On Pennsylvania Avenue In The Penn Quarter
The Penn Quarter location features both of The Residences at Market Square buildings: Market Square East and Market Square West with 105 residences in each of two buildings. The LEED-certified, energy award winning buildings offer 1-2 bedroom units with 1-2 bathrooms from 500-1,000 SF. Many condos have private terraces to enjoy views of the DC skyline overlooking the national monuments. Building amenities include 24-hour security; staffed front desk; secure underground parking; fitness center and sauna; rooftop deck with lounge and heated pool; pet-friendly; and elevator. The buildings feature upscale appliances and charming designer touches in the units. Walk to Archives Metro and the National Mall on the corner of Pennsylvania Avenue and 9th Street and 6th Street, NW, respectively, as well as Judiciary Square.
Live On Pennsylvania Avenue On Capitol Hill
The Capitol Hill location features Butterfield House and Jenkins Hill, two elegant condominium buildings in a historic location boasting residential amenities like hardwood floors, private terraces, granite counters and stainless steel appliances. Building amenities include rooftop decks, fitness center, pet-friendly buildings and walking distance to Potomac Metro Station, Eastern Market, Barracks Row, Lincoln Park, shops, and dining. Walk to Congressional and Senate offices on Capitol Hill.
Butterfield House is a 9-story building with 28 condos on Pennsylvania Avenue SE between 10th and 11th Streets offering 1-3 bedrooms; bay windows; open floor plans; with garage parking. The Victorian-style building blends in with row houses on Capitol Hill.
Jenkins Row, located on Pennsylvania Avenue between 13th and 14th Streets, is a 4-story building with 247 units, and a private entrance to Harris Teeter gourmet market that makes everyday shopping easy. It’s across the street from Potomac Metro Station.