Lot 33 Condos For Sale

Located at 1654 Euclid Street NW, Washington, DC 20009 | Adams Morgan

Washington DC’s popular Adams Morgan neighborhood is well known for its colorful antique row houses. Lot 33, however, is a strikingly modern condominium that was delivered in 2008. Designed by Eric Colbert & Associates, this 22-unit building has an unusual presentation from the street, with a fieldstone parking garage and lobby entrance, transitioning to brick and steel girder construction above.

Condo For Sale at Lot 33 in Washington DC

Located at 1654 Euclid Street NW, this four-story building offers amazing floor to ceiling glass walls spanning almost the entire width of each level. There are both one and two-bedroom condos for sale, as well as units that come with dens. There are even some select loft residences, as well as duplex penthouses with private rooftop decks. The square footage for condos at Lott 33 ranges from around 600 to 1270. 

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Enter one of these impressive city homes and feast on blonde hardwood floors, windows running the length of ultra-wide terraces, and open granite kitchens with stainless steel appliances from Viking and Bosch. The oversized cabinets come in a variety of finishes. Bathrooms feature marble, limestone and glass tile, with Grohe fixtures. The floor plans are bright and open. You can also add walk-in closets with Elfa systems.  

Luxury Condo at Lot 33 in Washington DC For SaleCondos for sale at Lot 33 typically start in the $300s for smaller units, climbing all the way to the $900 range for select penthouse residences. There is also a 600-foot rooftop deck with gas grills. This is an amazing location, with a nearby Harris Teeter and a terrific local farmers market. Plus, 18th Street is a very short walk away, with amazing bars and restaurants like Rumba, Smoke & Barrel, Bourbon, Tryst, Perry’s and so much more.

The Evolving Nature of Adams Morgan

The modern Lot 33 condominium exists in an area with a long and colorful history. Originally home to Native Americans, the land was claimed by English colonists during the 17th century and was used for farming. Later, after the formation of Washington, DC in 1791, what is now known as Adams Morgan was sold and split up into large estates inhabited by members of DC’s elite ruling class.

The late 19th century brought more subdividing as streets, grids and lots were laid out, with row houses and apartment buildings taking over from the larger estates. The area was associated with surrounding communities such as the Kalorama Triangle, Columbia Heights, Lanier Heights and Washington Heights. It wasn’t until the 1950s that Adams Morgan as we know it today, was named as its own distinct community. The genesis for the naming of the neighborhood was groundbreaking work that was being done—by the principals of the all-white John Quincy Adams School and the all-black Thomas P. Morgan School—on behalf of integration and the overall good of the community.

Lot 33 is located in the northeastern part of what is now known as Adams Morgan, close to the boundaries of present day Columbia Heights and Lanier Heights. In addition to all of the exciting bars, restaurants and art galleries in the region, the condos are also quite close to Meridian Hill Park with its cascading water terraces, duck pond and statue of Serenity. The park was commissioned by Mary Foote Henderson and built between 1912 and 1940. Henderson was a wealthy DC socialite known as the “Empress of 16th Street.” At one time she owned developed much of the land in the area.

Adams Morgan itself was one of the first neighborhoods to push the envelope of DC’s revitalization during the modern era, leading the way with a vibrant nightclub scene in the late 1980s and 1990s which in turn helped generate residential redevelopment, including the most recent wave of upscale lofts and condos for sale like Lot 33. The party scene may not rage as hard as it did during the go-go '80s. But it is still a very lively place to live. 

Getting Around the Neighborhood

Residents at Lot 33 have the option of a secure parking garage, and the close proximity to both 16th Street and Columbia Road allows for easy driving routes around the city. For those who prefer mass transit, the Columbia Heights Metro Station with its Green and Yellow Lines is about a half-mile away. There is also a Capital Bikeshare a block from the condos on Euclid Street, as well as a bus stop, Maven ride sharing, Uber and Lyft.

According to WalkScore, Adams Morgan is the seventh most walkable neighborhood in all of Washington, DC, with a walk score of 95. With all the shops, restaurants, bars, coffeehouses, art galleries, yoga studios and other fun local businesses, you may find that you never wind up straying far from home! To learn more about condos for sale at Lot 33 in Adams Morgan, call Andre Perez at District Partners at Compass (202) 798-3600.

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Listing information last updated on May 19th, 2019 at 7:00am EDT.