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New Renderings Offer Glimpse Inside Truxton Circle's Chapman Stables
The lobby at Chapman Stables.
Newly released renderings offer a look inside the former coal yard and stables in DC that are being converted into a 110-unit condo development.
Developer Four Points and Studio 27 Architecture are redeveloping the historic stable and vacant lot at 57 N Street NW (map) into a condo development, dubbed Chapman Stables, that will deliver later this year.
The penthouse kitchen.
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The original property at the address was built in stages between 1906 and 1916 and used as a coal yard, a stable and a garage. It’s the former home of the Brass Knob warehouse, which vacated the space in 2010.
Rendering of the building library.
The historic building will have an additional glassy third floor and new construction behind it will rise to five stories. Building amenities will include a front desk concierge, a library, garage parking and a roof terrace and clubroom. Sales, handled by McWilliams|Ballard, will start this spring.
Rendering of the exterior.
Penthouse living room.
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