The 35 New Condo Projects Delivering in DC

  • November 8, 2012

by UrbanTurf Staff

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Rendering of 460 New York Avenue

It is no secret that there are a slew of new residential projects delivering in the DC area over the coming years.

As such, we decided to dive into Pipeline, UrbanTurf's database of multifamily projects under construction or in the planning stages in the DC area, and highlight developments of a certain type or in a certain geographic area each month.

Last month, we did a rundown of the 50 or so rental projects that are on schedule to deliver in DC proper in the coming months and years. Today, we are looking at the approximately 35 condominium developments that are on the boards, under construction or just recently started selling in the city.

A few notes before considering the developments below. Projects of 5 units or less were not included on this list because, frankly, there are so many of these developments in the pipeline that we are unable to provide a justifiably comprehensive list. Also, there are some projects that haven't decided whether they will go condo or rental yet, and those can be found here.

Enjoy browsing through the projects below, and of course, if there is one that we don't have, just shoot us an email at .(JavaScript must be enabled to view this email address).


The Edmunds School

Location:Capitol Hill

Project type:Condo

Status:Planned

Size:30 units

The Cardozo

Location:U Street Corridor

Project type:Condo

Status:Planned

Size:31 units

Hailey House

Location:Columbia Heights

Project type:Condo

Status:Under Construction, Not Yet Selling

Size:25 units

6th Street and Maine Avenue SW

Location:Southwest

Project type:Condo

Status:Planned

Size:109 units

The Wharf -- Parcel 4

Project type:Condo

Status:Planned

Size:130 units

2337 Champlain Street

Location:Adams Morgan

Project type:Condo

Status:Planned

Size:40 units

321 18th Street SE

Project type:Condo

Status:Under Construction, Not Yet Selling

Size:10 units

N Street Follies

Location:Dupont Circle

Project type:Condo

Status:Planned

Size:64 units

Adams Mason House

Location:Georgetown

Project type:Condo

Status:Planned

Size:10 units

Central Union Mission

Location:Logan Circle

Project type:Condo

Status:Planned

Size:51 units

3937 Davis Place

Location:Glover Park

Project type:Condo

Status:Under Construction, Not Yet Selling

Size:8 units

P Street Residences

Location:Shaw

Project type:Condo

Status:Planned

Size:65 units

2920 Georgia Avenue

Location:Pleasant Plains

Project type:Condo

Status:Planned

Size:26 units

1700 Euclid Street

Location:Adams Morgan

Project type:Condo

Status:Under Construction, Selling

Size:19 units

The City Homes & The Townes at Sheridan Station

Location:Anacostia

Project type:Condo

Status:Under Construction, Selling

Size:60 units

The Residences at City Center

Location:Site of Old Convention Center

Project type:Condo

Status:Under Construction, Not Yet Selling

Size:216 units

The Aston

Location:Logan Circle

Project type:Condo

Status:Under Construction, Selling

Size:31 units

The Montrose

Location:Georgetown

Project type:Condo

Status:Under Construction, Not Yet Selling

Size:15 units

Key Bridge/Exxon Condos

Location:Georgetown

Project type:Condo

Status:Planned

Size:35 units

Northern Exchange

Location:14th Street Corridor

Project type:Condo

Status:Under Construction, Selling

Size:36 units

P Street Row

Location:Shaw

Project type:Condo

Status:Under Construction, Selling

Size:12 units

1317 Shepherd Street

Location:Columbia Heights/Petworth

Project type:Condo

Status:Under Construction, Selling

Size:8 units

301 H Street

Location:H Street Corridor

Project type:Condo

Status:Planned

Size:22 units

Factory 202

Location:The Yards - Capitol Riverfront

Project type:Condo

Status:Planned

Size:250 units

926 N Street

Location:Convention Center / Shaw

Project type:Condo

Status:Planned

Size:12 units

The Maia

Location:H Street Corridor

Project type:Condo

Status:Planned

Size:84 units

CityMarket at O (condo)

Location:Logan Circle / Shaw

Project type:Condo

Status:Planned

Size:145 units

1737 Connecticut Avenue

Location:Dupont Circle

Project type:Condo

Status:Under Construction, Not Yet Selling

Size:6 units

2200 14th Street

Location:U Street Corridor

Project type:Condo

Status:Planned

Size:25 units

50 Florida Avenue

Location:NoMa

Project type:Condo

Status:Planned

Size:185 units

2219 California Street

Location:Kalorama

Project type:Condo

Status:Planned

Size:9 units

460 New York Avenue

Location:Mt. Vernon Triangle

Project type:Condo

Status:Planned

Size:63 units

Meridian Hill Baptist Church site

Location:Mt. Pleasant

Project type:Condo

Status:Planned

Size:55 units

1045 Wisconsin Avenue

Location:Georgetown

Project type:Condo

Status:Planned

Size:8 units

The Villages at Dakota Crossing

Location:Fort Lincoln

Project type:Condo

Status:Delivered, Selling

Size:334 units

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