The Metro Condominiums - Washington, DC

Those searching for modern upscale condos for sale in one of Washington, DC’s very best locations will want to check out The Metro in Logan Circle. Located at 1444 Church Street NW in the ultra-trendy 1400 block, this industrial chic building features 53 luxury residences with floor plans ranging from 707 to 2,024 square feet.

The Metro was developed by PN Hoffman and SJG Properties and designed by SK&I Architects. Completed in 2004, the property presents simply and cleanly from the street—eight stories of massive windows separated by narrow red brick strips. Step inside and witness minimalism with lots of flair. From soaring concrete ceilings to overhead steel ducts and giant floor-to-ceiling walls of glass, this place screams hipster urban living.

These Logan Circle contemporary city homes come in a variety of models, with bamboo floors, exposed electrical conduits and open space layouts. Also included are completely open gourmet kitchens with granite counters, maple cabinets and stainless steel Energy Star appliances. The designer baths feature marble and limestone, with separate deep soaking tubs and showers in the master baths. Many of the units are two-story loft style. You’ll also find small balconies on the building’s rear side, as well as larger private outdoor spaces for penthouses.

Garage parking and extra storage are also available. And dog lovers take heart—this is a pet-friendly building. Of course, location is a huge attraction. The 1400 block of Church Street is the epicenter of stylish living in Logan Circle, with Whole Foods, Studio Theatre and Vida Fitness Metropole just steps away. Not to mention the scads of bars, restaurants and coffee klatches all along 14th Street, less than half-a block away. Stroll to Estadio, Logan Tavern, Drafting Table and Stoneys. Get your caffeine on at Commissary DC!

These light-filled loft homes are larger than many other condos for sale in the area. Some also include a den that can be used for extra living space. As for prices, you can expect to spend somewhere between $450,000 and $1.6 million on the rare occasions that units actually come on the market. The Metro was honored with the prestigious Washingtonian’s Residential Design Award in 2006. It’s a pretty special place.