161-Unit Office-To-Residential Conversion Pitched For Dupont Circle

  • June 27th

by UrbanTurf Staff

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A rendering of 1201 Connecticut Avenue NW.

A Dupont Circle office building constructed over 80 years ago has been slated for conversion to a residential development. 

Duball has filed plans with DC's Historic Preservation Office (HPO) to convert the Longfellow Building at 1201 Connecticut NW (map) into a 161-unit apartment project. 

The 12-story building will be renovated, and the ground floor will consist of retail and residential amenity space. A pool and other indoor and outdoor amenity spaces will be added to the roof. 

Designed by Maurice Walters, the facades of the conversion will be renovated "to restore the building to a condition that is closer to its original 1941 Lescaze design."

For a look at some other office-to-residential conversions in that section of the city, check out the articles below:

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