DC Lofts: Modern Industrial Developments Throughout District

Posted by Mark Washburn on Wednesday, July 25th, 2012 at 4:26pm.


The boom in loft-style condo development that swept through the District over the last 15 years has touched nearly every neighborhood.  Two flavors of lofts are most prevalent, units in re-purporsed buildings that were previously industrial, commercial, religious or school buildings or loft style units in newly-built buildings.

Taking a cue from Soho, Tribeca and Chelsea in New York, DC's initial loft conversions were in the Adams Morgan neighborhood.  Adams Morgan has several industrial re-use loft developments and the 2300 Block of Champlain Street has a concentration of loft developments.

Logan Circle is also home to several of the most widely coveted loft developments in the District.  Some of the Districts original automobile showrooms have been re-purposed into luxury loft developments and have proven very popular with Washingtonians looking for an urban chic loft experience.  The 1400 block of Church Street is another section of the District with a concentration of loft developments.

If you are interested in exploring a loft-style condo, here is a resource which highlights active DC Loft listings.  Our team has extensively marketed units throughout these loft developments and can help focus and expedite your search for a new DC loft.

1 Response to "DC Lofts: Modern Industrial Developments Throughout District"

Kalia wrote: DC is already the best real estate market in the country according to S&Ps Case Shiller Report and Georgetown may be the best of the best.

Posted on Saturday, October 6th, 2012 at 7:33am.

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