Styled after the New York City Soho Village-style loft community, The Wooster and Mercer Lofts in Arlington bring two authentic loft buildings with all-new construction to the DC Metro Area. The modern contemporary lofts offer lucky residents high-end amenities, expansive city views, open great room floor plans, soaring ceilings, and a central location between two Metro Stations and a high Walk Score of 89. The 7-story buildings with a combined 87 condos offer gorgeous urban industrial open living areas in a highly sought-after location between both Rosslyn and Courthouse Metro Stations on the Metro Blue and Orange Lines, just minutes from historic Georgetown by foot, Key Bridge and a short Metro ride to downtown DC, the U.S. Capitol, Ronald Reagan…
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One of the area’s prime condo locations, 2020 Lofts delivers the latest trend in loft buildings along the U Street Corridor. The 9-story midrise 146-unit loft condo building enjoys luxurious amenities, a convenient location and upscale designer details. It is one of the few buildings in DC to offer both private outdoor spaces where every residence has a balcony, and a popular rooftop deck atop the building offering some of the most commanding downtown panoramic views of DC’s skyline. The modern-style building with an interior industrial chic look for the units is just one block to the U Street Metro Station on the Green and Yellow lines, six blocks north to Logan Circle, and less than a mile to the White House and the National Mall. It is a superb…
Adams Row is a stylish modern-loft style condo development located in vibrant multicultural Adams Morgan. It was developed by the renowned PN Hoffman Group and is located at 2301 Champlain Street, NW. The 5-story, 68-unit is a much sought-after chic building in this part of DC that attracts young professionals. The Adams Morgan neighborhood is in the cultural heart of DC, filled with residences from the 19th and early 20th century. Row houses, apartments and modern new construction are staples of the neighborhood. One block from Adams Row is the upscale market Harris Teeter. You can walk everywhere. Adams Row is walking distance to two Metro Stations, U Street Metro on the Yellow and Green Line, and Woodley Park on the Red Line. Adams Morgan is…
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.
For a modern, edgy, Cooper Lewis is a sophisticated and contemporary Logan Circle condominium building on DC’s best urban corner at 14th and
In the trendy neighborhood of Logan Circle along the 14th Street corridor, a hip new building featuring loft-style condos only has 6 units still for sale. Developers have targeted the former industrial buildings along 14th Street and have converted them into upscale residential projects. Formerly, a Chesapeake & Potomac (C & P) Telephone Company switching center, the conversion of the circa 1902 Northern Exchange building offers true loft living.
The Northern Exchange, located at 1401 R Street, houses 36 loft residences. All feature loft-style floor plans with a second-story bedroom. Units are all one bedrooms and range in size from 545 SF- 830 SF of living space. It’s a very unique loft space that feature original building details with modern
DC's loft movement started in Adams Morgan with true conversion lofts in obsolete industrial buildings. These true industrial lofts coupled with several purpose-built loft developments constructed in the last decade make for an exciting loft scene in Adams Morgan.
The 2300 block of Champlain Street in Adams Morgan is home to several exciting loft developments including Adams Row, Gramercy Lofts and the Lofts at Adams Morgan. Another popular Adams Morgan loft development is 1700 Kalorama Lofts located on Kalorama Road.
Currently, there are several dramatic Adams Morgan loft units on the market including 1700 Kalorama Road #309, a 2 BR / 2 BA / 1,450 SF loft listed by TTR Sotheby's International Realty for $768,500 and 2328 Champlain Street #101, a 3 BR /
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
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
Northern Exchange, the PN Hoffman re-development of the former telephone company switching center at 14th and R has just released loft-style units on the 4th floor. These 10 newly released condos all feature loft-style floor plans with a second-story bedroom. Units are all one bedrooms and range in size from 545 SF to 830 SF of living space.
Our team is available to help buyers compare and contrast Northern Exchange with other new construction developments in the area like The Aston and 751 P.
Developer PN Hoffman opened the doors this past weekend at Northern Exchange, its newest project at 14th and R in Logan Circle. Northern Exchange is the conversion of a circa 1903 former telephone switching facility into 36 loft style condos.
Clients that toured the facility this past weekend with the DC Condo Boutique team were unanimously positive in their feedback about the project and the units. From the lobby which pays tribute to the buildings former use as a telephone company facility……to the industrial chicness of the unit finishes….feedback was very positive. One challenge for some of our buyers was that there is no parking available at Northern Exchange.
All of the Northern Exchange units put up for sale on the 2nd and 3rd…