While 11th Street NW doesn't get as much ink as other higher profile DC numbered streets like 14th and 16th Streets, it is awakening in the Logan, U Street and Columbia Heights neighborhoods. A recent NY Times article described the 3200 block of 11th Street in Columbia Heights as the "Hip Strip." The article included a slide show featuring the hot 11th Street entertainment spots including the Wonderland Ballroom, Meridian Pint, Room 11 and Bloombars. In the last five years... Read More
Lofts 11 are a contemporary condo building located on 11th Street between L Street and M Street in Logan Circle. Completed in 2007, the 9-story building is pet friendly, offering 27 light-filled residences with oversize windows, lots of open spaces and high ceilings. Units provide a modern, “euro” feel with hardwood floors throughout, walk-in closets and working fireplaces. Select units feature balconies and sweeping city views. Parking also conveys with many residences as well. The Lofts 11 are within walking distance of the Mount Vernon Metro Station and a number of dining and shopping options.
- Units: 27
- Stories: 9
- Delivered: 2007
- Ownership: Condominium
- Location: 11th Street NW between L Street and M Street
- Neighborhood: Logan Circle
- Metro: Mt. Vernon
- Property Management: Brim Management 202-625-2400
- Address: 1125 11th Street, NW Washington, DC 20001
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The inventory of DC condo foreclosures is a bit light right now, but there are a couple of interesting options on the market in newer upscale developments. Alta at Thomas Circle - 1133 14th St NW 403. 1 BR/ 1BA. Asking price of $245,000 / $432 SF. This asking price of $432 SF does represent an 18.7 discount off an Alta foreclosure unit that sold on 01/22/10 for $532 SF. This asking price is a slight premium over a short sale listing that is now under agreement with an asking price of ... Read More
Foreclosures are bank-owned properties, which are often (but not always) priced at a discount to competing listings and can offer significant savings to a savvy buyer. Banks are not in business to own homes and condos and are generally very motivated to sell their foreclosed assets. Foreclosures have not impacted the DC Condo market like they have in other markets like Las Vegas, Miami and Phoenix. In the District, our developers are primarily building on infill parcels with both and in... Read More
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Listing information last updated on January 24th, 2020 at 5:15am EST.