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Found 57 blog entries tagged as "dc lofts".

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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 member Donna Mank represented the buyer of a Union Row loft-style condo located at 2125 14th Street #105-W in DC's U Street Corridor.   This loft featured 2 BR / 2 BA / 1,050 SF and a garage parking space. This unit sold on June 18th, 2012 for $609,000 / $580 SF.

Union Row has consistently been one of the most searched condo developments on our website and offers residents a great location, on premise amenities and quick walking access to the U Street Metro Station.

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In a city short of vacant land, the adaptive re-use of obsolete buildings has become the norm for developers.  One of the best transformations in recent years is the Parker Flats at Gage School project located on the border of LeDroit Park and Bloomingdale neighborhoods.  This 92-unit project is anchored by the meticulously restored circa 1904 Gage School which houses 33 loft-style condos.  The project also includes two new buildings designed to complement the historic neighborhood and a 70-space underground parking garage.

Parker Flats developer finishes in many of the Gage School units include exposed brick, 14-foot ceilings, 12-ft historically accurate windows, stainless appliances, granite counters and maple cabinets.  Common amenities include

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With the 1500 block of 14th Street in Logan Circle attracting powerhouse brands like Mitchell Gold + Bob Williams and TTR Sotheby's International Realty, it was only a matter of time for development to spread southward to the 1400 and 1300 block of 14th Street. While Caribou Coffee was a start, to date there hasn't been a groundswell of development activity on these blocks.

Upstart DC-based developers CAS Riegler have made a mixed-use bet on the former Lionel Train store located 1324 14th Street.  A ground floor restaurant and five upscale condos being marketed as Lionel Lofts are currently under construction as chronicled by Preservation Nation.

Lionel Lofts delivery is targeted for the summer of 2012.  Here is a resource to learn more about Lionel Lofts.

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In the first half of the 20th century before World War II, Washingtonians ventured over to 14th Street in Logan Circle to purchase an automobile.  The grand condo development buildings that line 14th Street and P Street in Logan formerly housed car dealerships.  

One such building located at 1529 14th Street, was formerly a dealership for the long-defunct Nash Motors brand, and is now home to the Matrix condos.  In the 1950s, Nash Motors merged with Hudson Motors to become American Motor Corporation (AMC).  AMC was led by George Romney, father of current Republican Presidential candidate Mitt Romney.  AMC had success in the market with the Rambler brand and later acquired Kaiser Jeep before selling out to Chrysler in 1987.

While you can no longer buy

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There are not many condo options more sought after than a two bedroom loft on the 1400 block of Church Street in Logan Circle. 

Often described was DC's loft district, Church Street buildings combine the gritty charm of early 20th century industrial buildings with the chic modern finishes of the 21st century.  Church Street is where exposed ductwork, industrial windows and concrete ceilings are purposefully married to sleek European cabinetry, stainless appliances and marble/limestone surfaces.

The 1400 block of Church Street is located in the thick of DC's famed Auto Row which dominated the storefronts of 14th Street in Logan Circle.  Several of the industrial buildings along Church Street provided ancillary repair services to the blossoming

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Manhattan urban chic invades the corner of 7th St and E St in the Penn Quarter at the Residences of Terrell Place.  This 29-unit boutique development features the restored facade of the 1868 Dime Savings Bank Building and modern, architecturally unique interiors.  The Residences at Terrell Place prominently features a 10-story glass elevator structure that joins the Dime Savings Bank 10-story building with two four-story row houses.

Residences at Terrell Place interior finishes delivered by the developer in 2003 included hardwood floors, Canac kitchen cabinets, black granite counters, GE Profile stainless steel appliances and over-sized windows.  Open floor plans, high ceilings and lots of glass give individual units a spacious feel.  The dramatic lobby

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The most expensive condo to sell in the District during December 2011 was in the West End at 22 West, located at 1177 22nd Street NW #9E, Washington DC.  This 3 BR / 3 BA / 2,790 SF condo includes two parking spaces and a roof terrace.  The selling price was $2,653,500 / $951 SF which was 100% of asking price.

Congratulations to Bill Hounshell of TTR Sotheby's International Realty for closing the most expensive condo sale in the District in December 2011.

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Honorable mention for the second most expensive DC condo sold in December 2011 was in Adams Morgan at the Lofts of Adams Morgan located at 2328 Champlain Street NW #401, Washington, DC.  This 2 BR / 3 BA / 3,200 SF loft-style penthouse condo includes one parking space and a private roof deck.  The…
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The 1400 block of Church Street is home to six of DC's finest loft developments. This prime Logan Circle location is just a block from all the popular neighborhood amenities on P Street including Whole Foods, the Logan Tavern, Starbucks and Vidia Fitness.

If you are considering a DC loft, a visit to listings on Church Street should be part of your home search due diligence. To assist in your analysis of the market, here are the sales year-to-date at the six developments in the 1400 block of Church Street:

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To help in your search for a Church Street condo or loft, we have created a resource which consolidates all the active 1400 block Church Street real estate listings. Our office is just around the corner from Church Street and our team is

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Washingtonians looking for a sophisticated, yet hip condo in the 14th Street Corridor should definitely take a look at Union Row.  This project, developed by PN Hoffman includes both the Flats at Union Row and the Warehouses at Union Row. The Flats is a new construction 8-story building with 216 condos and the Warehouses features the re-development of two existing warehouse structures into 52 townhouse style condos.

PN Hoffman left the cookie cutter back at the office when they developed Union Row. The development has unique and visually interesting architectural features and the individual units units have a diverse array of floor plans.  This is not a seen one unit…..seen them all kind of place.

The re-sale market has been strong at Union Row with

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