Truxton Circle's Highly Anticipated Chapman Stables Tops Out
The lobby at Chapman Stables.
Chapman Stables, one of the most anticipated residential projects coming to DC in 2018, has just celebrated its topping out and announced that it is almost 20 percent sold.
Originally built in stages between 1906 and 1916, the historic Chapman Coal Company Garage and Stable at 57 N Street NW was used as a coal yard, a stable and a garage before it became home to the Brass Knob warehouse, which vacated the space in 2010. The buildings are now getting a 21st century facelift and will be the home to a 114-unit condo development with retail space from renowned DC developer Four Points.
The penthouse kitchen at Chapman Stables.
The condominium residences at Chapman Stables will infuse high-end architectural designs and classic finishes to bring the building to life and restore its storied history.
A living room rendering at Chapman Stables.
The units at Chapman Stables will include studio, one-, two- and three-bedrooms, and building amenities will include a front desk concierge, WiFi in all public areas, a library, a peaceful landscaped courtyard, a roof terrace with clubroom and garage parking. Each home will also come complete with Nest thermostats and built-in device charging ports.
Rendering of the building library at Chapman Stables.
Located in the heart of the vibrant Truxton Circle neighborhood, Chapman Stables residents will be steps away from some of the best dining and entertainment options in the city. Homeowners can take a quick stroll to popular eateries like Convivial, Big Bear Cafe and Republic Cantina, which is located on Chapman Stables’ ground floor; or catch the Metro to sights and attractions in and around downtown DC.
Prices at Chapman Stables start in the low $300s. Prospective buyers can now schedule a sales appointment at the McWilliams|Ballard sales office located at 1416 P Street NW DC 20005. Stay tuned to learn more about the property’s on-site, furnished model home, which is scheduled to debut in early 2018.
This article originally published at https://dc.urbanturf.com/articles/blog/truxton_circles_highly_anticipated_chapman_stables_tops_out/13291.
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