9-Unit Condo Project Planned For 18th Street NW

by Shilpi Paul

9-Unit Condo Project Planned For 18th Street NW: Figure 1
Courtesy of Square 134 Architects.

A nine-unit condo project is planned for the Adams Morgan building that is home to the Latino Economic Development Corporation, UrbanTurf has learned.

Square 134 Architects has been developing a preliminary plan to turn the four-story building at 2316 18th Street NW (map) into a nine-unit building. After a significant demolition, the plan is to build two one-bedroom units per floor on the first three levels, and two, two-story one-bedrooms, as well as a studio, on the two highest levels. The top two units will each have a private rooftop deck.

9-Unit Condo Project Planned For 18th Street NW: Figure 2
2316 18th Street NW

The project will be presented to ANC 1C on Wednesday night. Last week, we reported that Adams Morgan may be transitioning from a bar-heavy neighborhood into a more upscale area. This project would be in keeping with that trend.

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  1. Eric said at 2:30 pm on Tuesday August 6, 2013:
    The front facade looks like it should be the rear facade...I find this very inappropriate for a building facing 18th Street. Barn yard sheek...not in Adams Morgan, not anywhere with running water!
  1. Christine said at 2:40 pm on Tuesday August 6, 2013:
    Just to be clear - in the image provided by Square 134 Architects, the proposed front facade on 18th street (on the left side of the frame) has minimal changes. The rear facade is on the right.
  1. Chip Rogers said at 3:49 pm on Tuesday August 6, 2013:
    Who is the developer?
  1. The Editors said at 3:57 pm on Tuesday August 6, 2013:
    Chip, We have reached out to find out who the developer is and whether or not Latino Economic Development Corporation will be staying on as the retail tenant. The Editors

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