Adams Row Condos - DC Real Estate
In a neighborhood typified by colorfully painted historic row houses, Adams Row puts a new spin on an old genre. This red brick and concrete five-story building was constructed by prolific Washington DC developer PN Hoffman in 2005, and is located in the heart of trendy Adams Morgan. With 68 luxury loft-style residences, this building quickly gained favor with those looking for something new and contemporary.
Located at 2301 Champlain Street, NW, Adams Row makes an immediate impression. The exterior is strikingly modernistic with sharp right angles, massive windows, jutting shelf-like overhangs and huge blocky bays. And then there’s the location—right in the middle of an electric cityscape at the corner of Kalorama Road and Champlain Street, and one short block from all fabulous restaurants and nightlife along 18th Street.
Inside, you’ll find a variety of condos for sale, ranging from studio units to super spacious two-bedroom, two-bath residences with more than 1,800 square feet of stark awesomeness. The style here is industrial chic, with soaring 12-foot ceilings, exposed concrete and ductwork, gorgeous hardwood floors and unadorned staircases that resemble extra-wide steel ladders leading up to the loft spaces.
The open space design is complemented by gourmet kitchens with granite, stainless steel appliances, pendant lighting and islands that are not obtrusively sized. Among the many cool details are huge interior bedroom windows looking down over the living space, plus wide outdoor private terraces.
Amenities at this pet-friendly building include lobby, concierge service, underground parking, private storage spaces, a business center, party room and fitness center. Penthouse residences come with private rooftop terraces and their own electrical, plumbing and gas hook-ups. Imagine the entertainment possibilities along with that exciting cityscape view!
And then there’s the neighborhood itself. Just step outside and stroll to get a drink or meal at Columbia Station, Johnny Pistolas, Little Fountain Café, Bourbon, Las Canteras Peruvian Restaurant & Bar and so many more. Harris Teeter is just a couple blocks away and the fantastic urban Meridian Hill Park is also nearby—contemplate the terraced waterfall or get your Saturday morning drum circle on.
As for getting around the city, Adams Row is equal distances from the Adams Morgan/Woodley Park-Zoo and U Street Metro Stations. There’s also a bus stop a block away, and of course, available parking for your own vehicle. This is contemporary urban living in the Nation’s Capital, with luxury loft condos for sale typically ranging from around $355,000 to over a million bucks.