Washington, DC’s latest church-to-condo conversion may be the city’s most awe-inspiring to date. The Sanctuary, located at 819 D Street, NE in the Stanton Park neighborhood of prestigious Capitol Hill, offers 30 distinctive homes carefully designed and built within the stately red brick walls of a 19th-century Gothic Revival church. The building’s meticulous restoration produces incredible spaces with soaring ceilings, monumental windows, and residences that will not be replicated.
Urban Pace has sold out The Maples, an award-winning condominium community on the site of Capitol Hill’s oldest private residence. The average per-square-foot sales price set a new neighborhood record.
Octave 1320, a new condominium development at 1320 Fenwick Lane in downtown Silver Spring, MD, repurposes a 1960s office building to provide 102 one- and two-bedroom homes with prices starting in the low $200,000s. Buyers will be able to enjoy a modern urban lifestyle, surrounded by amenities, at a reasonable price