Grace Church

Grace Church was originally built in 1891 and reincarnated in the 1950s as Faith Baptist Church.  Located on Capitol Hill, Grace Church was converted in 1989 into 18 condo units that range from 570 to 1,375 sf. The 3-story building features units with one to three bedrooms, many with loft space, lots of natural light, and stained glass windows, reminiscent of the building’s history. Read more about Grace Church.

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Grace Church Location

Grace Church is located on 9th Street between D Street and South Carolina Avenue on Capitol Hill.  This location features a WalkScore of 98 and offers convenient urban living just steps from Barracks Row.  The Eastern Market Metro Station is just two blocks from Grace Church.  The nearest grocery store is a Trader Joe's located around the corner at 750 Pennsylvania Avenue SE.

Grace Church Fast Facts

  • Units: 18
  • Stories: 3
  • Delivered: 1989
  • Ownership: Condominium
  • Location: 9th Street SE between D Street and South Carolina Avenue
  • Neighborhood: Capitol Hill
  • Metro: Eastern Market
  • Property Management: Delbe 202-237-0187
  • Address: 350 9th Street SE, Washington, DC 20003

Grace Church

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Blog Posts About Grace Church

Live in a Former House of Worship

  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... Read More

Church to Condo Conversions on Capitol Hill

Once home to countless parishioners, a number of churches on Capitol Hill are in the midst of church to condo conversions, making over the old structures into more modern, desirable locations for residential living. Among them is a former Presbyterian church being reimagined into a number of condominium units at 609 Maryland Avenue NE. This 125-year-old stone church is in the middle of an “awakening”, one of many such buildings in the DC area and all across the nation following similar ... Read More

DC Church To Condo Conversions

Condos are taking many shapes and forms but in DC, it’s not uncommon to see former churches being converted into residential and mixed-use buildings.  In some cases, redevelopments have given congregations a much-needed influx of cash in exchange for their valuable real estate.  In other cases, development of condo conversion projects are breathing new life into communities and bringing a second life to a surplus building.  This so-called urbanization of churches is allowing historic site... Read More

DC Condos in Converted Churches

  As church going habits and neighborhood demographics change, many church buildings are no longer in use as places of worship.  As we have seen with surplus District schools, a conversion to residential condos can bring a second life to a surplus building.  Several of our converted schools like Bryan School Lofts and Wormley Row are considered among the finest developments in the city.Although there have not been as many church conversions in the District as converted schools, there ar... Read More

Capitol Hill Lofts

Re-development of Obsolete Buildings Drives Market   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 &q... Read More

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Listing information last updated on December 7th, 2019 at 6:30am EST.