The Artisan Melds Luxury Condos with Penn Quarter History
The Artisan in DC, located in the highly desirable Penn Quarter neighborhood, is a 12-story modern in-town condominium building on 915 E Street, NW, and the historic façade is beautifully restored in this now-completed building. The vibrant Penn Quarter neighborhood offers at-your-doorstep conveniences, like top restaurants, bars, museums, theaters, art galleries; and wine, art and cultural festivals. Just within a couple of blocks are The White House, The Capitol, The Courthouse, Verizon Center, the Kennedy Center and more. Known as a walker’s paradise, Penn Quarter is served by 2 Metro Stations---Navy Memorial-Archives-Penn Quarter and Gallery Place-Chinatown.
The Artisan’s 160 condo units include Chef kitchens with custom cabinets, topped with granite counters and stainless steel appliances; eco-friendly bamboo floors in the foyer and living areas and Berber carpet in the bedrooms; plentiful walls of windows; granite bathroom vanities and ample closet space. Some units offer private outdoor space. Priced from $279,000-$812,400, The Artisan condo units range in size from 508-1,450 square feet. The Artisan’s building amenities feature a fully equipped fitness center; resident party room/lounge; 2 levels of secure underground parking and first floor retail and restaurant space; thermal windows; a beautiful Lobby with Concierge and desk staff; open air roof deck; extra storage; and pet-friendly.
Designed by DC’s WDG Architecture, The Artisan is built onto the back of old row houses now included into the condo façade. Across from the Artisan is the J. Edgar Hoover Building (FBI headquarters), and its rear walls form part of the alley where John Wilkes Booth escaped through after shooting President Lincoln. Booth’s alley is one of the most popular tourist attractions in DC.