Units at McGill Row, a set of residential buildings at the intersection of LeDroit Park and Bloomingdale, will soon hit the market, said Greg Schneider from Urban Pace, which will handle sales.
Originally built in the 1930’s, McGill Row was redeveloped in 2007 with the intention of going condos; the market wasn’t right, however, and the units were rented out. Now, the units will be put up for sale with the first hitting the market in early March.
The three buildings that make up McGill Row, located at the corner of 2nd and W streets NW (map), contain 38 units, largely one-bedrooms starting at about 700 square feet. (A handful of studios and two-bedrooms are also available.) Four stories high, the buildings contain a variety of layouts, including a one-bedroom duplex option. When they hit the market, the units will be priced ranging from $234,900 to $369,000. Residents will have the option of renting a parking space in a nearby garage.
The project is named after John McGill, an architect who designed many of the row houses in LeDroit Park in the late 1800s.
This article originally published at https://dc.urbanturf.com/articles/blog/mcgill_row_apartments_convert_to_condos/4900.
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