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lumen condominiums - 1405 W St NW Washington, DC

The brand new Lumen Condos in the prime location along14th Street, NW in the U Street Corridor neighborhood are nearly sold out. The boutique building features 18 condos and ground floor retail, amazing views, sophisticated elegant finishes, and a high Walk Score of 98; in addition, the Lumen is walking distance to the U Street Metro Station. The Lumen is surrounded by restaurants, entertainment and shopping in the popular U Street Corridor at the corner of 14th and W Streets, NW.

The 1 and 2-bedroom elegantly appointed units range in size from 748-1,130 square feet, offering residences with distinctive floor-to-ceiling windows, white oak hardwood floors throughout, white quartz counters in the kitchens, energy-efficient appliances, modern white

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community three development washington dc

Real estate companies in DC are evolving with the times, and especially with an eye on young Washingtonians who want to live in a vibrant area of town with a respectful nod to architecture blending in with the history of their surroundings.  Community Three Deveopment gets that.  Real estate development company, Community Three, in DC strives for strong conceptual design and a community-driven mission where they receive input from residents of the community to reconfigure their buildings to meet the high expectations of a sustainable vision.  Residential urban developments across DC are being developed with an eye on existing architectural design mixing with new elements, and sustainable materials of construction.  Community involvement in the public

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Some of Northwest DC’s most coveted residential units can be found along the U Street corridor where trendsetters want to live in condos with urban-oriented design, and settle in a vibrant cultural and commercial neighborhood.  Lumen Condominiums fits the bill, and delivery is expected by the summer of 2015.  The building wraps around the corner of 14th and W Streets, NW, in a once-dilapidated area hit hard by the 1968 DC riots but now stand as a testament to community progress and a desirable place to live.

The 6-story Lumen Condominiums, by Community Three Development, in the U Street-Meridian Hill neighborhood, will offer units ranging in size from 600 to 1,400 square feet.  Complimenting the surrounding architecture of the neighborhood and blending

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The long neglected mansion located at the corner of 18th and Monroe Streets in Mount Pleasant is coming back to life as a boutique condo development called The Shafer.  The project draws its name from Charles Shafer, the President of American Fire Insurance Company who originally built the mansion in 1909.

The Shafer, which is expected to deliver in 2012, features 12 one and two bedroom condos in this stately structure and adjacent carriage house.  The Developer, Community Three which recently delivered the Residences at St. Monica's project on Capitol Hill, plans to utilize the same unique unit floor plan designs which highlight the historic architectural features of the building.  Custom touches include restored original woodwork, wood-burning

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If you have been searching for a place in DC with a wow factor, it is definitely time to check out the Residences at St. Monica's. This Capitol Hill project is the re-development of the former St. Monica's church into nine boutique condos.

Each of the nine condos has a unique floor plan and includes interesting architectural features from the former church including stained glass windows, heavy timber beams and the sanctuary alter. A private interior courtyard offers a peaceful respite in the middle of Capitol Hill. Each of the nine condos has its own private outdoor entrance.

St. Monica's units are currently priced from $449,000 for a 1 BR / 1 BA with 735 SF to a 3 BR / 3.5 BA with 2,075 SF listed for $1.199M. Here is a resource to view active

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As church going habits and neighborhood demographics change, many church buildings are no longer in use as places of worship.  As we have seen with surplus District schools, a conversion to residential condos can bring a second life to a surplus building.  Several of our converted schools like Bryan School Lofts and Wormley Row are considered among the finest developments in the city.

Although there have not been as many church conversions in the District as converted schools, there are a coupe of notable conversions including:

Bishop's Gate

While technically not a church building re-use, Bishop's Gate is a conversion of the former St Augustine School, rectory and convent along 15th Street between R and S Streets.  After the merger in 1979 of St.…
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