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Block by block of urban decay in gentrifying DC neighborhoods are being applauded by residents who are pleased to see them being transformed into much sought-after high-end condo projects.  Abdo Development has been the mastermind behind much of the development churning old rundown neighborhoods into hot, trendy markets for young professional dwellers.  Abdo Development has been in the forefront of the DC economic boom with glistening new urban modern glass-and-brick condos and lofts while simultaneously renovating distressed historic buildings.

Abdo is a DC development and construction company of high-end residential development.  The urban core of DC and Arlington, Virginia are the center of the company’s projects.  Each building blends smart growth

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Spectacular Adams Morgan and Capitol Hill Lofts currently on market

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While much of DC is playing out on the Eastern Shore, there might not be a better time than the dog days of summer to fulfill your dreams of owning a stunning DC loft. These are the kind of places that make you say WOW the minute you walk in the door.

The DC loft movement started in the Adams Morgan neighborhood and over the years various developers have continually one-upped prior projects in their quest for the quintessential loft development. Many obsolete industrial-era Adams Morgan buildings have been re-born as luxury loft developments.

DC's most stunning loft currently on the market is a penthouse unit located at The Lofts of Adams Morgan. This 2-story loft features a 2 BR / 3

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The revitalization and overwhelming growth in popularity of DC's Capitol Hill neighborhood has spurred significant investment and redevelopment in this neighborhood.  Obsolete commercial buildings throughout Capitol Hill have been acquired and converted to upscale residential housing.

Anyone in the market for a luxury loft condo on Capitol Hill currently has options in two of the Hill's finest redevelopments:

Bryan School Lofts


Abdo Development project which converted long-vacant Bryan School into 20 luxury Tribecca-style lofts.  This 40,000 SF school building, which was constructed in 1909, features 13 ft ceilings and 10 ft tall windows. The location at 1315 Independence Ave SE is within walking distance of both Eastern Market and Lincon Park . 

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Anchoring H Street Corridor Redevelopment

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Sitting at the foot of the the Hopscotch Bridge on H Street NE is the Landmark Lofts at Senate Square development.  This 44-unit loft-style project is a great opening act in the redevelopment of the H Street Corridor.   Unfortunately, the housing downtown and the tightening of the capitol markets has stalled several other residential projects that were planned for the H Street Corridor.

Abdo Development has masterfully reworked the 130 year-old DC Children's Museum into an architecturally exciting and unique development.  There is nothing cookie-cutter about Landmark Lofts as each unit has its own unique floor plan.  Finishes include Wolf and Sub-Zero Appliances, hardwood floors, vaulted ceilings, custom baths

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Re-development of Obsolete Buildings Drives Market

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The Capitol Hill neighborhood of Washington, DC is home to several developments offering loft-style condos.  The predominant style of these lofts is units in redeveloped obsolete buildings including schools, a church and phone company facility. 

In most cases these are not true SoHo-style industrial conversions made famous by loft scenes in movies like Flashdance, Fatal Attraction, Big Daddy or Unfaithful.  Lofts in DC tend to be "soft lofts" with many of the features of an industrial loft including high window and ceilings, exposed ducts and open floor plans.  Where our loft inventory differs is with more defined living spaces such as closed off bedrooms  and bathrooms and significantly more

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