Top Historical Condominium Conversions in Washington, DC

Posted by Merry Miller on Wednesday, May 6th, 2020 at 10:17am.

The Chapel at Bishop's Gate

Built in 1927, The Chapel at Bishop's Gate was originally home the St. Augustine Parochial School, Washington's oldest parish school. Its masterful renovation used creative design to retain the chapel's most distinct qualities. Each residence in the Chapel building are unique and feature original architectural elements including 30 foot vaulted ceilings, original leaded stained glass windows, spiral staircases, and marble wainscoting. (learn more about The Chapel at Bishop's Gate)

The Chapel at Bishop's Gate is located in at 1715 15th St NW in Logan Circle

 

The Carberry School

Carbery School's groundbreaking restoration launched a movement to restore and repurpose DC's historic schoolhouses. Built in 1887, the building boasts an iconic red brick facade, a familiar design characteristic of the time. Its twenty-three loft residences blend the charm of its original architectural and finishing details while offering a modern living experience. (learn more about The Carbery School Lofts)

Carbery School Lofts is located 410 5th St NE in Capitol Hill

 

The Edmonds School

Originally built in 1903 and home to the historic James Edmonds School, The Edmonds School was converted into a collection of 20 condos and 4 townhomes in 2014. Its groundbreaking design earned the distinguished NAHB award for Best Small Condo Community of the year. The James Edmonds School is located on capitol hill, within walking distance from the Union Station Metro. (learn more about The Edmonds School)

The Edmonds School is located at 901 D St NE in Capitol Hill


Landmark Lofts

Landmark Lofts at Senate Square, renovated in 2008, was built as a Convent in 1874, and also served as a children’s museum. Landmark Lofts has served many purposes throughout its over 100 year history. Originally built in 1874 to serve as a convent it has also been home to a children's museum and its 2008 renovation transformed it into the luxury residential community it is today. (learn more about Landmark Lofts)

Landmark Lofts is located at 215 I St NE in Capitol Hill


Stanton Tower

The award winning conversion of  Stanton Tower in 2018 transformed a 1891 Romanesque Revival-style Church into 6 exclusive residences. Each residences at Stanton Tower features unique architectural features, original to the building. Stanton Tower is currently seeking LEED silver certification. (learn more about Stanton Tower)

Stanton Tower is located at 609 Maryland Ave NE in Capitol Hill


Chapman Stables

Built in 1906 and originally home to Chapman Coal Company Garage and Stable, Chapman Stables was transformed into 114 luxury condo residences in 2018. Its thoughtful design has perfectly blended historic masonry with modern design features resulting in uniquely distinguished spaces. (learn more about Chapman Stables)

Chapman Stables is located at 57 N St NW in Truxton

 

625 Park

625 Park was converted in 2019 and blends the historic New Commandment Baptist Church with an addition of sleek, modern architecture. The community is home to 38 unique residences and boasts a Walk Score of 94. (learn more about 625 Park)

625 Park is located at 625 Park Rd NW in Park View


The Wormley School

Built in 1880 and converted in 2007, The Wormley School is a collection of uber luxury lofts inside a historic a DC schoolhouse. (learn more about The Wormley School)

The Wormley School is located at 329 Prospect St NW in Georgetown


Sheridan Garage

Sheridan Garagedates back to 1922 and was transformed into 34 unique residences in 2008. its central Georgetown location is a short stroll  to Montrose Park or to M Street for shopping and dining. (learn more about Sheridan Garage)

Sheridan Garage is located at 2516 Q St NW in Georgetown

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