Desirable northwest Washington’s Adams Morgan neighborhood is a great place to live with exciting developments including the Lofts at Adams Morgan. The modern-appointed stylish condo lofts with commanding views of DC was completed in 2002. The modern condos showcase the absolute best in industrial chic design, eco-friendly features, and easy walking distance to two Metro Stations.
The Lofts are located between 18th Street and Champlain Street, NW, in a 3-story building with only 59 individual units. A cool pedestrian sky bridge that functions also as the residents’ lounge joins the retro-industrial warehouse style two towers. The staffed front welcomes residents to this pet-friendly building complete with secure garage parking, elevator and extra storage. Inside, each unit is airy with 11-foot and 2-story ceilings; oversize factory-style windows allowing a steady flow of natural light through the units; exposed duct work; eco-friendly bamboo flooring throughout; gas fireplaces; plenty of closet space; and stunning contemporary finishes. The exposed industrial ductwork gives each condo an authentic loft experience. In each unit, the interior floating staircase and walkways lead to upper level loft bedrooms and sitting rooms. There are 2-bedroom/2 bathroom units, and penthouses. Penthouses feature expansive private roof terraces with commanding city views; smaller terraces are found on other levels. The units, which range in size from 650-3,200 square feet, all have granite kitchens and stainless steel appliances, gas appliances, and kitchens that graciously open to living spaces for comfortable entertaining.
The Adams Morgan neighborhood, party central for decades, is home to the distinguished architectural styles of 19th and 20th century loft-style homes, Victorian row houses and condo buildings with modern new construction. The neighborhood is diverse with numerous specialty shops, art galleries, bakeries, new restaurants and nightclubs along 18th Street and Columbia Road. There is also a nearby Farmers’ Market in Woodley Park that residents can easily walk to. While taxis are ubiquitous, residents can also walk to two Metro Stations---the Red Line’s Woodley Park and the Yellow and Green Line’s U Street Station.