The Lofts at Adams Morgan Condominiums For Sale

Located at 2328 Champlain Street, Washington, DC 20009 | Adams Morgan

When it comes to luxury condos for sale in Washington, DC, The Lofts at Adams Morgan definitely stand out. One of a number of intriguing condominium developments embracing a retro-warehouse design, this project sprang up where a parking lot once stood. Developer PN Hoffman used a brick factory concept as the starting point, adding twin towers joined by a distinctive glass and steel bridge that also serves as a residents’ lounge. Industrial chic fancy!

Condos For Sale at The Lofts at Adams Morgan in Adams Morgan Washington,  DC

Located at 2238 Champlain Street NW in Washington, DC’s 20009 zip code, this luxury complex offers 58 lofts with a wide array of floor plans, ranging from one-bedroom units that measure around 800 square feet to giant three-bedroom penthouse city homes with 3000 square feet of living space. Condos for sale don’t come cheap here— prices typically start in the high six figures and climb to nearly $2 million. Read more about Lofts at Adams Morgan

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What to Expect at the Lofts at Adams Morgan in Washington DC

The Lofts at Adams Morgan offer soaring ceilings, grand factory-style windows arranged in huge banks, and dramatic interior floating stairs leading up to second-floor loft bedrooms and sitting rooms. There are exposed structural elements, including raw brick, concrete ceilings and ductwork, along with eco-friendly bamboo floors and gas fireplaces. And, the modern chef’s kitchens are completely open to airy living space.

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Other features include balconies, glass brick walls, lavish bathrooms, and in the case of penthouse units, factory style catwalks and giant private rooftop decks offering some of the most commanding city views in the District. There are also 300 underground parking spaces, plus a huge enclosed courtyard, community rooms, a front desk and a common roof deck that is apart from those that accompany the penthouses.

It's All About Location at the Lofts at Adams Morgan

But as amazing as these modern condos for sale are, the location itself is also a major selling point. This is prime Adams Morgan real estate—just three blocks from the amazing Meridian Hill Park with its unique structure landscaping and celebrated Drum Circle, and less than a block east of 18th Street. That of course means a wealth of bars and restaurants, like the Jack Rose Dining Saloon, Smoke & Barrel, Little Fountain Café, Bourbon, and so many more.

More About the Adams Morgan Community

Adams Morgan is one of the oldest parts of Washington. But, its current name and boundaries are fairly recent. It was once home to the Nacotchtank Native American tribe. That began to change when two English colonists were granted large parcels of land in what was then considered part of Maryland. After the District was formed in 1791, the area was further subdivided into a number of estates. For more than a century, what is now Adams Morgan was considered part of surrounding communities like the Kalorama Triangle and Lanier Heights. During this period, the neighborhood was often referred to as Columbia and 18th Street.

The late 1800s brought a lot more platting as row houses, apartment buildings and hotels were built, establishing an overall appearance that continues to this day. During the 1950s, the principals of the all-white John Quincy Adams School and all-black Thomas P. Morgan School banded together to improve the lives of their students and the community as well, which now took on the name of Adams-Morgan.

The aftermath of civil unrest in the late 1960s and early 1970s led to a period of urban decline throughout Washington’s inner-city neighborhoods. But Adams Morgan, soon to be known as a mecca for live music and dance clubs, wound up leading the charge once again. The following decades brought waves of eager new real estate shoppers (as well as opportunistic investors) who took advantage of bargain basement prices for historic properties in need of some TLC.

These days, the brightly colored row houses in Adams Morgan are emblematic of the city’s revitalization. And while the music may not blast quite as loud as it did in the go-go ‘80s, there is still lots of revelry and pub-crawling in this multicultural mecca.

The Lofts at Adams Morgan FAQ's

Frequently Asked Questions

Q: Who built the Lofts at Adams Morgan?

A: Although the complex looks like an old brick factory, it was actually developed by PN Hoffman and completed in 2002. There are two retro-style towers connected by a sky bridge that houses a residents’ lounge.

Q: What is the interior design concept?

A: You’ll find high ceilings that sometimes soar two stories. It’s an industrial-chic concept, with bamboo hardwood floors, open layouts, exposed ductwork, concrete ceilings, and huge windows. The two-level units have floating stairs.

Q: Is Adams Morgan a good neighborhood?

A: It has been one of Washington’s most popular neighborhoods for many years, and in fact, was at the forefront of the city’s revitalization scene back in the 1980s and 1990s. The community has continued to evolve and develop as an in-demand place to live with lots of restaurants, shops, galleries, and other attractions.

Q: What’s the weather like in Adams Morgan?

A: Like the rest of DC, it’s a four-season area with muggy summers and cold winters. That said, it doesn’t get as hot as some other parts of the country, nor does it get as extremely cold as some of the northern states.

Getting Around Adams Morgan

Residents at the Lofts at Adams Morgan enjoy a secure parking garage, allowing them to motor around the city, rather than having to depend on public transportation. But for those who prefer to limit their carbon footprint via Metrorail, there are two options within a reasonable distance. The Woodley Park-Zoo/Adams Morgan Metro Station with Red Line service is on the western side of Rock Creek Park, reachable via the Duke Ellington Bridge. The U Street/African-American Civil War Memorial Station with Green and Yellow Line service is about the same distance away, but in the opposite (southeast) direction.

Considering a move to the neighborhood? Search other Adams Morgan condos for sale, or call Andre Perez at District Partners at Compass at (202) 798-3600 for assistance with your Washington DC home search!

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