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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. 

Cooper Lewis
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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Marry DC's best urban corner with the sophisticated developer appointments and the result is Logan's Cooper Lewis condo development.  This contemporary and elegant project topped the charts in 2006 when it was delivered and has continued to hold this lofty position over the past six years.

While we may have a slight bias as our TTR Sotheby's International Realty office is located on the same block as the Cooper Lewis, it is tough to argue that there is a better location the the city for urban living.  Literally outside your front door are Whole Foods, CVS, Logan Hardware, Starbucks, Lululemon, Logan Tavern, Stony's, the Commissary, VIDA Fitness, Bang Salon and the Studio Theatre.  The explosion of development on 14th Street will provide lots of new

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One of the terms most commonly used by Realtors when marketing a DC Mid-city listing is "Close to Whole Foods." 

In our thinking there are two kinds of close to Whole Foods……one is the spring Sunday afternoon eight-block stroll from U Street……the other is the two over-loaded (reusable) bags of groceries on a cold and blistery January night close.

While Cooper Lewis and the Metropole get the gold star for being on the same block as the P Street Whole Foods, there are several other condo developments that qualify for the two over-loaded (reusable) bags of groceries on a cold and blistery January night close including:

  • 1441 Rhode Island
  • Berret School Lofts
  • Church Place
  • Citta 50
  • Cooper Lewis
  • Lofts 14
  • Lofts 14 Two
  • Logan
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Have you heard about the new mezzanine-level people watching perch at the P Street Whole Foods?  Now you can sit high above the action and watch health-conscious mid-city-ites shake melons, squeeze oranges and occasionally sneak a grape or two. People watching doesn't get any better than this!

For those who like to people watch.....and who doesn't in DC...how about a DC condo with a prime-time people watching balcony?  What could be better than checking out the scenery from your private balcony?

Much of the DC housing stock has outdoor balconies and space orientated away from the action towards the rear property.  After much introspective thought, here are our picks for the best people watching balconies in the District:

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Cooper Lewis - The Definitive Logan Circle Urban Lifestyles Condo

 

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When searching for a new home in the District, it is tough to find a better spot to call home than the location of the Cooper Lewis Condominiums located at 1413 P Street, NW.  Within a couple of hundred steps from your front door you can caffeinate at Starbucks....shop at Whole Foods and CVS....chow at the Logan Tavern and party at Vegas Lounge!

It only gets better when you return to the your Cooper Lewis condo. High end finishes, coupled with walls of glass, European kitchens and generous outdoor terraces deliver one of the best luxury experiences in Logan Circle.  Cooper Lewis magically joins the historic Pelz Building at the corner of 14th Street.  Units in the Pelz Building

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.....Columbia Heights might be the answer

With 2/2 condos in popular Logan Circle buildings like Cooper Lewis, Metropole and Solo Piazza currently selling in the $700s and $800s, buying in one of these buildings may be a stretch for some budgets.  If this is the case, it may be time to venture north on 14th Street and see what Columbia Heights has to offer.

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Wikipedia defines the boundaries of Columbia Heights as 16th Street to the west; Spring Road to the north; Sherman Avenue to the east and Florida Avenue and Barry Place to the south.  Anchoring the Columbia Heights community is the Metro Station, which serves both the Green and Yellow lines and is located at the intersection of 14th and Irving.

At present in Columbia Heights, there are

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