The Avondale Cooperative
The Avondale is a DC Best Addresses cooperative building located in DC’s Dupont Circle neighborhood. Designed by architect Frank White and built by the legendary developer Harry Wardman, the Avondale first opened in 1914 as an apartment building. It was converted to a cooperative in 1949 and features 39 units in a five-story building. Floor plans at the Avondale include 12 one-bedroom, 14 two-bedroom and 13 three-bedroom configurations. The front of the building is ordained with an impressive iron and glass marquee. Timeless appointments in the units at the Avondale include high ceilings, wood floors, fine plasterwork and large rooms.
Converted to a cooperative in 1949, the Avondale features an intown location just two blocks from Dupont Circle. This location commands a 95 WalkScore and is within walking distance of both the Dupont and Logan action as well as the White House, National Mall, Georgetown and more.
- Units: 39
- Stories: 5
- Delivered: 1914
- Ownership: Cooperative
- Location: P St NW between 17th St and 18th St
- Neighborhood: Dupont Circle
- Metro: Dupont Circle
- Address: 1734 P Street NW, Washington, DC 20036