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 Grace Church - 350 9th St SE

If the thought of living in a more unique setting appeals to you, consider one of the many DC properties that offer up the opportunity to live in a former house of worship. One of the first such conversions in DC is now referred to as The Grace Church Condominiums. This Capitol Hill property changed over in the late 1980s, but the trend has really started to take off in more recent years. While many major cities are left with old industrial buildings to transform into loft-style condos, DC is more unique.

The district’s overflowing with hundreds of churches. Instead of tearing down some of the old, unused church buildings in the area, developers are repurposing some of them into new residential buildings.

One of the newest is The Bell Tower at

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morton street mews - 777 Morton St NW DC

An exciting new low-rise condo development in Northwest Washington is now 50-percent sold out. The two-dozen condos, located at the corner of Morton Street and Sherman Avenue, feature a mix of two- and three-level homes. It’s perhaps the historical aspect of the new condos, though, that is the most impressive to new home buyers.

The site of the Morton Street Mews also includes a 1905 church, preserved for its historical aspect and integrated into the project. It was constructed and designed by one of Washington’s most prominent first African American architects. The only one of William Sidney Pittman’s churches that still stands, the building’s exterior façade has been incorporated into the designs of eight of the development’s 24 units.


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A prime Columbia Heights location between 2 Metro Stations, the vibrant 11th Street retail/entertainment strip and all of the up-and-coming development in the hot spot Park View neighborhood, a new 26-unit condo project will rise and is slated for completion by the end of 2014.  The new Morton Street Mews condos will be re-purposed from a church at 777 Morton Street, NW, along with an adjacent lot.

The 26-unit, 3-story project of 10 townhouse style 2-level condominiums will sit at the corner of Morton Street and Sherman Avenue in the Columbia Heights/Park View neighborhood of DC.  One building will be on Morton Street and another building with 6 brownstones will be along Sherman Avenue, according to developer OPaL LLC.  Formerly the Inglesia Ni Christo

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