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Nobu-Anchored Office-to-Condo Conversion to Deliver in 2017

by UrbanTurf Staff

Nobu-Anchored Office-to-Condo Conversion to Deliver in 2017: Figure 1
The lobby of 2501 M.

The office building that is being converted into 58 high-end condos in West End, and will house one of the country’s most famous Japanese restaurants, will deliver its units in 2017, UrbanTurf has learned.

PRP Real Estate Investment Management purchased 2501 M Street NW (map) in 2014 and moved forward with converting the Class B office building into residences. Specifically, the lower six floors of the nine-story building are being converted into five levels of high-end condominiums and ground-floor retail space. The top three floors, which were already condos, will not be changed. CORE is handling the design of 2501 M, and the Mayhood Company is managing sales and marketing.

Nobu-Anchored Office-to-Condo Conversion to Deliver in 2017: Figure 2
Rendering of building lounge.

The ground-floor space will be home to Nobu, the highly-acclaimed Japanese restaurant. In addition to a sushi bar and a main dining room, there will be two private dining rooms and two private patios overlooking Rock Creek Park. The new residences will range in size from 950 to 2,400 square feet, and the building will offer amenities including 24-hour concierge services, valet parking, and a fitness center plus yoga studio.

Nobu-Anchored Office-to-Condo Conversion to Deliver in 2017: Figure 3
Rendering of unit.

Nobu is scheduled to open at the end of this year while the first residences will come online next year.

2501 M Street NW

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This article originally published at https://dc.urbanturf.com/articles/blog/nobu-anchored_office-to-condo_conversion_in_west_end_to_deliver_in_2017/10949

2 Comments

  1. skidrowedc@gmail.com said at 8:16 pm on Friday March 4, 2016:
    Not that the rendering isn't lovely, but is it really a "penthouse" when there are 3 floors of condos plus a mechanical penthouse above it? The pretentiousness of marketing people never ceases to amaze me.
  1. Editor said at 8:26 pm on Friday March 4, 2016:
    skidrowedc, That is actually our fault as we mislabeled the rendering. We have made the correction. The Editors

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