Washington DC's Best Dog-Friendly Condo & Apartment Buildings

Posted by Andre M Perez on Thursday, February 19th, 2015 at 9:59am.

Dog Friendly Condo & Apartment Buildings in Washington DC

If you’re in the market for a new Washington DC condo and happen to have a dog as part of your family, chances are finding a pet friendly building is going to be very high up on your list of demands. For the most part, Washington DC is labeled as a very pet friendly city and if you happen to go for a walk at almost any time during the day, you're bound to see somebody outside walking or playing with their four-legged buddy.

While it’s important to note buildings are always changing and updating their pet policies, our Washington DC real estate experts work diligently to keep up with all the latest policies different buildings have regarding pets, and dogs specifically. The list of dog friendly buildings in Washington DC is actually fairly extensive, and while the buildings we've featured below certainly isn’t a comprehensive list, they’re definitely some of our favorite locations in the DC area for home buyers with dogs to consider.

Adams Station - 2421 18th Street NW, Washington DC

Despite just six units being a part of this boutique three-story building, is still one of our favorite developments in town. The walk ability it provides to residents is about as good as it gets, not to mention its location within Adams Morgan will put potential buyers in one of the hottest locations in all of DC. [View available condos at Adams Station..]

LoveJoy Lofts - 440 12th Street NW, Washington DC

The Lovejoy lofts over on 12th St. between D St. and E St. is one of our favorite buildings in the entire city. A converted schoolhouse that stands three stories high and is home to 54 one and two-bedroom lofts, the uniqueness and desirability behind each and every unit here truly is unmatched. [VIew available lofts at LoveJoy Lofts..]

Lofts of Columbia Heights - 2750 14th Street NW, Washington DC

A newer building that was just finished back in 2006, it’s not terribly common to find a unit on the market here at the Lofts of Columbia Heights, especially when you consider its chic interior spaces and the fact that it’s a pet friendly building. In all, just 56 condos are spread out over its seven stories. [View available lofts at the Lofts of Columbia Heights..]

The Cairo - 1615 Q Street NW, Washington DC

One of the most historic condo buildings in Dupont Circle, The Cairo is also DC’s tallest residential building at 164 feet high. Inside, units year are quaint, and the 168 residences that are available here range from studios to two- and three-bedrooms, providing lots of different options to potential home buyers. [View available condos at The Cairo..]

The Pennsylvania

Standing 14 stories high and home 110 condominium residences, The Pennsylvania provides residents with easy access to transportation as well as a number of Washington DC attractions like the Verizon Center, a number of different museums, an array of restaurants, and plenty of shopping destinations.

City Market at O Street (Apartments) - 800 P Street NW, Washington DC

Equipped with one of the coolest roof top dog parks you’ll find anywhere, dog lovers and owners will love calling City Market at O Street home. Oh, and there's even a full washing and grooming station up there as well.

Camden NoMA (Apartments) - 60 L Street NE, Washington DC

One of DC’s newest apartment buildings, Camden NoMA is also one of the most pet friendly. Here, the amenities package doesn’t only pamper the building’s residents, but also their dogs at the on-site pet spa!

Onyx on First (Apartments) - 1100 First Street SE, Washington DC

It’s not enough for the Onyx on First Apartments to just allow pets. Instead, pets here are celebrated through the “Pet of the Month” recognition, as well as with various happy hour events for dogs.

ARE YOU IN SEARCH OF A NEW HOME IN WASHINGTON DC AND HAVE A DOG OR A PET? LET US KNOW YOUR NEEDS BELOW AND WE'LL HELP FIND YOU THE PERFECT DOG-FRIENDLY PLACE TO CALL YOUR OWN!

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