Sheridan Garage: Contemporary East Village Condos
In Georgetown, one of the most historic and upscale neighborhoods in the District, Sheridan Garage is a luxury residential condominium building transformed from a converted parking garage that gives it a unique twist. The Sheridan Garage condo building is tucked in Georgetown’s East Village neighborhood, a short walk to Georgetown’s famous intersection of M Street and Wisconsin Avenue that is home to some of DC’s finest restaurants and best shopping. It is close to Rock Creek Park, a favorite park of DC residents for its jogging trails and serene greenery; Dupont Circle Metro Station and dining, shopping and entertainment options; and an easy walk to Foggy Bottom.
Located near the heart of Georgetown between 26th Street NW and the Rock Creek Parkway, Sheridan Garage has only 34 residential condos, each with a unique floor plan in which no two layouts are the same. The Sheridan Garage mixes Georgetown’s historic charm with urban luxury. The condos range from 500 square foot studios to 2,400 square foot 3-bedroom/2.5 bathroom penthouses. There are 4 penthouses on the third floor. Originally built in 1922 but re-built in 2008 in a contemporary style, standard features in each unit are exquisite with high finishes, such as hardwood flooring, granite countertops, custom cherry cabinetry, gas fireplaces, limestone bathrooms, Bosch stainless steel appliances. Some units have Sub-Zero refrigerators and Wolf ranges. Most units include private outdoor space. The tall industrial windows complement the high ceilings. Each unit comes with a parking space or if you don’t have a car, the company will buy back your parking space.
Sheridan Garage is located at 2516 Q Street NW in a secured access building with professional management. Its manicured grounds and landscaping includes trees, plants and Georgetown stone pavers. The original building is flanked by two new wings joined by a glass walkway to the newer 3-story building on the east and another that appears to look like two historic townhouses on the west. As part of Georgetown’s East Village neighborhood, it is bounded by the Potomac River to the south and Rock Creek Park to the east. As you enter the East Village neighborhood, a pair of buffalo statues on the Dumbarton Bridge welcome visitors to Georgetown’s East Village, home also to some of the grandest estates in DC, likes Dumbarton Oaks, Evermay and Tudor Place.