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The surge in loft-style condo developments throughout DC is centered in two popular areas of the city: Logan Circle and Adams Morgan.  We looked at two of our favorite DC blocks---the 1400 Block of Church Street and the 2300 block of Champlain Street---and found two kinds of lofts that are currently reigning supreme in popularity---units in repurposed buildings that were previously industrial, commercial, religious or school buildings, or loft-style units in newly built buildings.  Upscale state-of-the-art buildings continue to surge in popularity along the 14th Street corridor in DC, and in particular the 1400 block of Church Street in the Logan Circle neighborhood.  Beautiful designer finishes and modern contemporary interiors are staples of these

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We have picked our 3 favorite repurposed loft buildings in DC and they all combine historic charm, contemporary elegance and sophistication.  They are all located in the hotspot neighborhoods of Logan Circle or the Penn Quarter.  These lofts and contemporary urban residential projects led the way in revitalizing the 14th Street neighborhood.  One of DC’s most desirable neighborhoods, Logan Circle is served by the Metro’s Red Line Dupont Circle station.  Residents here enjoy trendy retail shops, gourmet restaurants, coffee houses, art galleries, upscale furniture stores, live theater and nightclubs. 

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For a modern, edgy, Cooper Lewis is a sophisticated and contemporary Logan Circle condominium building on DC’s best urban corner at 14th and

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The market for loft condos on Church Street in Logan Circle has remained blistering hot over the last year.  If you are interested in owning and living in a Church Street loft….the best advice we can offer is to jump in aggressively with both feet when a unit comes on the market!

Over the last year, 14 units in the 1400 block of Church Street have sold.  Prices have ranged from a low of $521,000 for a 1 BR / 1 BA /  833 SF unit at Lofts 14 to a high of $1,140,000 for a 2 BR /  2.5 BA /  1,789 SF unit at Lofts 14.

Selling metrics for Church Street units include a lofty average selling price to listing price ratio of 99.9% and an average of only 14.4 days on the market.  Additionally, nine of the 14 units on Church Street sold at above asking price.  Here

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A recent Decoist article which offered new buyers loft decorating tips caused me to think for quite awhile about some of the wonderfully decorated lofts that we have here in Washington, DC.  Whether it is a newly revitalized industrial building or a more recently purpose-built project, we are fortunate to have a diverse collection of loft developments.

Many of the more unique DC loft developments are located on the 1400 block of Church Street, in buildings that formerly housed DC auto showrooms.  The 2300 block of Champlain Street in Adams Morgan is location with a concentration of industrial buildings repurposed as residential loft developments.  

We are also fortunate to have many surplus school buildings located throughout the city that have been

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DC Condo Boutique team member Donna Mank represented the buyer of a Lofts 14 condo located at 1401 Church Street #308 in DC's Logan Circle Neighborhood.  This loft-style condo featured 1 BR / 1 BA / 860 SF, and a garage parking space. This unit sold on October 26th, 2012 for $525,000 / $610 SF.

The 1400 block of Church Street in Logan Circle is home to 6 loft-style condo developments and the most searched block on the DC Condo Boutique website.

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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

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DC Condo Boutique team members Donna Mank represented the buyer and Mansour Abu-Rahmeh represented the seller of a condo at Rainbow Lofts located at 1445 Church Street #14 in DC's Logan Circle neighborhood.  The unit featured 1 BR / 1.5 BA / 1,074 SF and closed on May 15th 2012 for $599,900 / $559 SF.

Rainbow Lofts offers a true Soho loft experience with industrial appointments including exposed brick walls, exposed ductwork, high ceilings and industrial-style windows.

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