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This Week’s Find: The Warehouse Loft

by Shilpi Paul

This Week's Find: The Warehouse Loft: Figure 1

DC is filled with a variety of property types, but loft residences are few and far between. This Week’s Find is about as close as one will find to a true version of a loft in the city.

The penthouse sits on the top floor of the Lofts at Adams Morgan, a Champlain Street warehouse that developer PN Hoffman converted into a residential building in 2002. The current owners were drawn to the loft’s industrial characteristics (cement ceilings, exposed piping)as well as the light bamboo flooring, factory-style windows, and white-painted structural elements. One of UrbanTurf’s favorite features was the “skybridge” that leads to a tucked away, lofted office area.

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The listing’s spacious scale — it has very high ceilings and 3,200 square feet of living space — makes it an antidote to urban claustrophobia; there is enough room to stretch out and run around…and mingle with hundreds of politicos. The property has been the setting for several political fundraisers, including two presidential events.

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In addition to the space inside, the condo comes with a 1,900-square-foot wraparound terrace. Right now, the owners have the space set up with several sitting areas, dozens of tall potted plants and a dining area.

More photos and details below.

  • Address: 2328 Champlain Street NW, #401 (map)
  • Price: $1.995 million
  • Bedrooms: Three
  • Bathrooms: Three
  • Square Footage: 3,200
  • Listing Agent: Mark McFadden, Washington Fine Properties

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Photos courtesy HomeVisit.

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This article originally published at https://dc.urbanturf.com/articles/blog/this_weeks_find_a_penthouse_in_a_warehouse_loft/7791

2 Comments

  1. Teddy said at 3:50 pm on Friday November 8, 2013:
    Pretty cool, but doesn't it cost a fortune to heat/cool a place like this?
  1. david said at 7:21 pm on Saturday November 9, 2013:
    Teddy... I was thinking the same thing. Of course, you have to be a person with the "means" $$$, to have a place like that. But, very nice place.

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