Mather Studios is a former Downtown DC office building that was converted to residential use in 2004 by PN Hoffman. The original building was constructed in 1917, but now offers an historic setting for condominium residences. Located in Penn Quarter, the 10-story structure features 50 market-rate lofts as well as 12 affordable artist studios located on the second and third floors, home to many prominent individuals in the city’s art scene. The building also includes office space for the Cultural Development Corporation and Flashpoint, including a dance studio, arts organizations, a theatre and a gallery. The sophisticated lobby of Mather Studios features custom artwork, granite flooring and designer lighting, setting the stage for the sleek, modern interiors of the residential units above. Read more about Mather Studios.
Welcome To Mather Studios—boasting Modern Architectural Distinctives, Soaring 10' Ceilings, Stunning Exposed Brick And Wide Open Spaces Bathed In Natural Light All In An Unbeatable Location. Reminiscent Of The Iconic Style Of A New York City Loft, The Open...
The floor plans of Mather Studios cater towards loft-style condominium homes, wide open and minimalistic in design. The homes range from nearly 700 square feet to more than 1,100 square feet of living space. Some of the one-bedroom, one-bath units are large themselves, commanding nearly 900 square feet of living space, also including a den.
Mather Studios Finishes
Homes are distinguished by polished concrete floors and frosted glass sliding doors as well as more traditional loft elements such as exposed brick and ductwork, high ceilings and oversize windows providing unrestricted views of the Washington Monument. Additionally, expect to find such upgrades as stainless steel appliances, granite countertops and walk-in closet space.
Mather Studios Amenities
Building amenities include a concierge, secure front desk, limited underground garage parking and a pet-friendly environment. In addition, the building offers bicycle storage, as many of the residents bike, walk or take the metro wherever they need to go.
Located on G Street between 9th and 10th Street in Chinatown, the homes of Mather Studios are within walking distance of the Metro Center and Gallery Place Metro Stations as well as a wealth of shopping, dining, and entertainment options. The homes are also within just a short walk of the Smithsonian, as well as the Verizon Center, and are just three blocks away from the National Mall.
We have picked our 3 favorite repurposed loft buildings in DC and they all combine historic charm, contemporary elegance and sophistication. They are all located in the hotspot neighborhoods of Logan Circle or the Penn Quarter. These lofts and contemporary urban residential projects led the way in revitalizing the 14th Street neighborhood. One of DC’s most desirable neighborhoods, Logan Circle is served by the Metro’s Red Line Dupont Circle station. Residents here enjoy trendy retail ... Read More
A new trend is starting to take shape as multifamily housing spurs high demand: many office property owners are renovating old office buildings into residences that appeal to folks who want to live in the city. It’s a trend being seen in many metro areas around the U. S. Many young urban professionals prefer to live in cities to be near their jobs as well as enjoy urban cultural amenities and a vibrant nightlife. The demographics point to very strong multifamily properties: growth in ... Read More
When touring Penn Quarter condo buildings, Mather Studios almost always gets high marks from clients. Highly respected developer PN Hoffman converted an under-utilized commercial building located at 916 G Street into 50 loft-style condos. Mather Studios industrial touches include exposed brick walls, open ductwork, high ceilings, commercial-grade windows, frosted glass sliding doors and ultra-cool metallic doors entryway doors.
Mather Studios is a truly pet-friendly building... Read More
Hidden behind a conservative gothic revival terra cotta facade, is one of the coolest and most interesting residential buildings in Downtown DC. Mather Studios made history in 2003 as the first Downtown office building to be converted to residential use. PN Hoffman partnered with the DC Department of Housing and Community Development (DHCD) to deliver both market-rate lofts as well as 12 affordable artist studios. The artist studios are located on the 2nd and 3rd floors of Mather Stud... Read More
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Listing information last updated on July 28th, 2021 at 4:32pm EDT.