19-Unit Condo Project Coming to Adams Morgan

by Shilpi Paul

19-Unit Condo Project Coming to Adams Morgan: Figure 1
Rendering of 1700 Euclid Street NW.

UrbanTurf has learned more about the condo project that Capital City Real Estate has planned for 1700 Euclid Street NW (map) in Adams Morgan.

The 19-unit development will be comprised of one, two and three-bedroom units starting in the mid-$300’s, and the delivery date is scheduled for approximately 6-9 months from now. A few penthouse units will have multi-level roof decks, and from the rendering it looks like several other condos will have balconies looking out onto the intersection.

The developers bought up the space, which housed a corner market, last August. Many decades ago, the intersection looked like this, but over the past several years, it has mostly been known for its gang activity.

19-Unit Condo Project Coming to Adams Morgan: Figure 2

The new development is four long blocks from Cap City’s latest offering at 1300 Euclid. The firm is also working on a townhome project at 751 P Street NW that is in the works for Shaw.

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  1. Colin said at 5:55 pm on Monday April 9, 2012:
    6-9 months from now? That's fast! When do shovels hit the dirt?
  1. butler engle said at 8:47 pm on Monday April 9, 2012:
    Was hoping the design would be less Champlain Street or Kalorama Road that were already light industrial and more fitting in with the surrounding row houses. Once again, developers get what they want. Does the District have an Office of Planning? Do they visit the sites? Is anyone paying attention to the incremental destruction of historic row houses with porches on Champlain and Ontario Roads for flat-front condos? I can accept some development, but it is such a shame so much character is being lost forever.
  1. Colin said at 9:21 pm on Monday April 9, 2012:
    I don't think this is destroying any rowhouses. The front part bordering on Euclid is currently a corner store and a dry cleaning place, while the rear section will fill a weed-filled lot.
  1. swested said at 2:28 am on Tuesday April 10, 2012:
    Heh-heh. "weed-filled lot". Love it.
  1. The Other Jason said at 3:21 pm on Tuesday April 10, 2012:
    Well, from the mid-$300's, you all can go ahead and enjoy living across the street from the Bennett family.
  1. i said at 8:35 pm on Monday April 16, 2012:
    good luck going up 4 floors without an elevator.

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