The Adams Morgan Development Rundown

by Lark Turner

From time to time, UrbanTurf takes a look at residential developments that are on tap for neighborhoods across DC. For this installment, we focus on the projects coming to Adams Morgan.

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The Adams Morgan Development Rundown: Figure 1

The Adamo - 1827 Adams Mill Road

The Adamo is a 34-unit condo project in the works for the former site of an Exxon gas station in Adams Morgan. The project will have 8,600 square feet of ground floor retail and 27 underground parking spaces. Designed by PGN Architects, the building is being sold and marketed by Urban Pace. The Adamo is schedule to deliver in May 2015.

The Adams Morgan Development Rundown: Figure 2
Courtesy of Square 134 Architects.

2316 18th Street NW

A nine-unit condo project is planned for the 18th Street building currently home to the Latino Economic Development Corporation. After a demolition of the existing four-story structure, 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 units will each have a private rooftop deck.

The Adams Morgan Development Rundown: Figure 3

Ontario 17 - 1700 Columbia Road NW

Ontario 17 is a six-story mixed-use condo project from the Peterson Companies and Ellisdale Construction currently under construction on the site of the former Ontario Theater. When complete, the project will feature 9,000 square feet of retail space and 80 condos, including studios from 370 square feet, one-bedrooms from 675 square feet, and two-bedrooms from 980 square feet. Prices start in the high $200,000s for studios, and the anticipated delivery for the project is 2015. Sales are being handled by McWilliams|Ballard.

The Adams Morgan Development Rundown: Figure 4
Elevation of project along Florida Avenue

1711 Florida Avenue NW

A property near the intersection of Florida Avenue and 18th Street NW that changed hands earlier this year will be redeveloped into 130-145 residential units by Kettler. The lot currently houses a dog daycare and boarding facility, and Kettler is in the process of seeking variances from the Board of Zoning Adjustment in order to begin construction on the building. The project was designed by R2:L Architects.

The Adams Morgan Development Rundown: Figure 5

1780 Columbia Road NW

Construction on a planned hotel in Adams Morgan, The Line DC, is scheduled to begin by the end of the summer. The 220-room hotel will be built into an existing church, and a new building housing the rooms will be constructed behind the church on the site of the former City Paper headquarters. To get a glimpse of what the end product might look like when it's completed, check out our report on it here.

The Adams Morgan Development Rundown: Figure 6

The Dorchester House - 2480 16th Street NW

A 117-unit addition is currently being built adjacent to The Dorchester House on Kalorama Road. to an existing nine-story concrete building. The project will rise four stories, and there will be two levels of underground parking. The unit types will be studios, one-bedrooms and two-bedrooms. The project is scheduled to deliver in January 2015.

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