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.
South Cathedral Mansions, a landmark apartment building situated in Woodley Park on prestigious Connecticut Avenue in Washington, DC, has changed hands for only the fourth time since it was designed and developed in 1922 by the iconic team of Harry Wardman and Mihran Mesrobian. Located one block from the Woodley Park/Adams Morgan Metro station and directly across from the National Zoo, the 131-apartment property was acquired by Commonwealth Cooperative, a recently formed group of Washington, DC multifamily industry veterans.
A historic building in the heart of Washington, DC’s Georgetown neighborhood, formerly the Henry and Anne Hurt Home for the Blind, now houses some of the city’s most exciting new condominium residences. Argos Group and Potomac Investment Properties are now putting the finishing touches on a gut renovation that began in 2010, and several residents have already moved in. Over 50 percent of the elegantly renovated condominiums at The Montrose Residences were pre-sold, with prices beginning at $1.65 million, according to Lynn Hackney, President of Urban Pace, the exclusive sales and marketing company for The Montrose Residences.