Adams Row Condominiums For Sale

Located at 2301 Champlain Street NW, Washington DC | Adams Morgan

You’ll find Adams Row in the heart of Adams Morgan, offering contemporary condos for sale in one of Washington DC’s most popular historic neighborhoods. The name is a playful take on all the antique row houses in the area. But while this five-story brick, concrete and steel complex may indeed be long and rectangular with pronounced square bays, it will never be confused with traditional architecture.

Completed in 2005, Adams Row was developed by P.N. Hoffman and offers 68 luxury loft residences. This upscale condo community is located at 2301 Champlain Street NW at the corner of Kalorama and Champlain. The modernist exterior features walls of windows, steel girders and sections of concrete and yellow brick. Prices have recently had a wide range, from around $355,000 for studio units over a million dollars for a two-bedroom, two-bath residences with over 1,800 square feet of living space.

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The interiors offer the ultimate in modern industrial chic with exposed concrete, overhead ductwork and wide floating steel stairs leading up to the loft spaces. With super high ceilings, hanging pendent lighting and unusual details like huge interior windows between rooms, these units are the height of city chic fashion.

You can also add hardwood floors, outdoor private terraces and completely open European-style kitchens with granite counters and stainless steel appliances set unobtrusively along one wall. And you can get your food items from the new Harris Teeter, just a couple blocks away.

On the other hand, why bother to cook when Adams Morgan’s famous restaurant row is steps from your building? 14th Street is one block west, with Muzette, Bourbon, Johnny Pistolas and all the other hipster bars and eateries at your service. Also nearby is the fabulous Meridian Hill Park with its world famous urban gardens and cascading water basins.

Adams Row is a pet-friendly building with plenty of common amenities for its residents. Those include underground parking, a staffed front desk with concierge service, a party room, business center and gym. There’s also amazing penthouses all along the top with private rooftop terraces that include plumbing and gas hook-ups.

Offering a fabulous location in a great neighborhood, this is luxury modern living with one giant catch-condos for sale at Adams Row don’t often come to market.

Living in Trendy Adams Morgan

Those living in a luxury loft at Adams Row will find themselves in one of Washington, DC’s trendiest neighborhoods, and one that has managed to maintain that edgy vibe longer than most. The area has gone through a lot of changes from its earliest incarnation as a place for large estates in the very late 1700s t0 mid-1800s. The latter part of the 19th century brought a major residential development trend with the subdividing of those large properties in favor of row houses and grand apartment buildings.

The neighborhood changed its name to Adams Morgan in the 1950s, inspired by the idea of unification. The elementary school principals of the all-white John Quincy Adams School and the now-defunct all-black Thomas P. Morgan School decided to work together to improve the quality of education as well as the idea of integration. It was such a landmark moment in DC that the community itself redrew its boundaries and became known as Adams Morgan.

The 1970s, however, ushered in a growing and much less welcome trend, that of urban decline. But once again, this multicultural community became a positive (and creative) example, as a very lively nightclub and art scene took hold, ultimately leading to a new migration into the urban inner city as eager real estate buyers took advantage of historic fixer-upper row houses and both renovated and new construction condos for sale.

Adams Morgan may not be quite as loud and rowdy as those halcyon days in the 1980s and 1990s when the club scene was at its peak. But it is still a place with tons of energy and character, as well as an amazing array of restaurants.

Transit Options in the Adams Morgan Community

The building is equal distances between two Metro stations—Woodley Park-Zoo/Adams Morgan with Red Line service and the U Street/African-American Civil War Memorial Station with Green and Yellow Line service. That said, each station is slightly less than a mile away, which can be a bit of a hike.

While Adams Morgan is a very walk-friendly community, those wishing to use Metrorail service may want to find a quicker way to get to the station, such as the omnipresent scooters that have taken over the city, or BikeShare, Uber or Maven ride-sharing. Fortunately, residents at Adams Row have the convenience of a parking garage. This means you can drive south on 18th Street to Downtown DC, or cut over to any number of other major arteries. To learn more about Adams Row or other luxury condos, call Andre Perez at District Partners at Compass (202) 798-3600.

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