While the Logan Circle area around Church and 14th is often viewed as the epicenter of DC's loft movement, Adams Morgan comes in a close second. The Adams Morgan loft inventory includes instances of both industrial re-use lofts as well as new construction infill developments.
The PN Hoffman developed Lofts at Adams Morgan is a new construction infill development completed in 2002 featuring 59 upscale units and a 300-car parking garage. PN Hoffman has left its mark on this block of Champlain Street, as it also developed Adams Row which is located directly across the street.
The design of the Lofts at Adams Morgan, utilizing dark red bricks, exposed metal roof trusses and over-sized industrial windows mimics the feel of a rust-belt industrial era factory. Couple these design elements with a unique bridge of metal and glass and you have one bold architectural statement.
Units feature open floor plans with soaring ceilings and large walls of glass. Finishes include bamboo flooring, maple cabinetry, stainless steel appliances and exposed ductwork.
Currently there are two units available at the Lofts of Adams Morgan including a 2 BR / 2 BA with 975 SF listed for $524,555 and a 2 BR / 3 BA penthouse with 2,300 SF listed for $1.295M. View active Lofts at Adams Morgan listings.