1055 High Condominium

Located at 1055 Wisconsin Ave NW, Washington, DC 20007 | Georgetown

Representing the height of boutique luxury condo living, 1055 High is home to just seven residential units, each with exceedingly spacious floorplans. Developed by EastBanc and designed by Beyer Blinder Belle, the six-story Georgetown structure merges traditional brick architecture with a modernist industrial-chic ethos and mounts directly to the walls of the C&O Canal at the corner of Wisconsin Avenue. The name 1055 High stems from the original address, as Wisconsin Ave in Georgetown was known as High Street during the 19fth century.

The Washington, DC luxury six-story building is set on a pitched lot, with two levels of below ground parking. There is street level retail space and a lobby, with four levels of living space with either one or two residences at each level, allowing maximum size and privacy. The floorplans range from 3,297 to 4,303 square feet of living space, each with an organic layout that feels much more like a house than a typical condo. Each unit is either three bedrooms plus a library, our four bedrooms, and either 3.5 or 4.5 baths. There is a private outdoor terrace for every residence, and one of the units has two levels of space. Wood floors, European chef-designed kitchens with chic panelized cabinetry and appliances, fireplaces, and spa-inspired baths are among the features. Massive floor-to-ceiling multipaned windows offer exquisite views.

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It is almost unheard of for a boutique condominium with so few residences, to offer any substantial number of amenities. But 1055 High clearly breaks that mold, with 24-hour staffed services, an incredible 45-foot long heated outdoor upper level swimming view with treetop views of the city, a landscaped rooftop terrace with exquisite wood flooring, a rooftop fitness center with wraparound full-height windows, a swanky lobby designed by Donghia, a bicycle room, and two garage parking spaces for each residence along with additional storage. The seven units sold out almost immediately after the building’s completion in the fall of 2014, with original prices between $3 million and $5 million. There have been some resales since then, with prices often exceeding their original amount. As one might expect, any resale opportunities come with much anticipation as the building is one of the most sought-after in Georgetown.

While there are other luxury condominiums in Georgetown next to the historic C&O Canal such as Flour Mill and 3303 Water Street it is rarer to find a residential building with walls that are flush with the waterway. Such is the case with 1055 High, with its front entrance on Wisconsin A venue and its backside essentially merging with the walls of the canal as field stone transitions to red brick.

Wooden stairs lead down from the building to the tow pathway, a favorite place for locals and residents alike to stroll. The canal was in operation from 1831 until 1924 and is now maintained by the national park services. The seven-unit luxury condominium is also steps from the Potomac River, Georgetown Waterfront Park, and numerous top restaurants such as Filomena Ristorante, the Sovereign. 1310 Kitchen & Bar, and Mason’s Famous Lobster Roll.

To learn more about condos at 1055 High, please call Andre Perez at District Partners at Compass, 202-929-3600.

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1055 High Condominium, DC faqs

Q: Is 1055 High an old historic building or new construction?

A: Although the look is reminiscent of traditional Georgetown with its red brick facades, 1055 was built from the ground up by McCullough Construction and completed in 2014.

Q: Does 1055 High have parking, and if so, where are the parking spaces?

A: The building has two levels of underground parking on site.

Q: Why is the building called 1055 High?

A: The street where the condominium building is located was known as High Street until about 1881 when it changed to 32nd Street, and ultimately renamed Wisconsin Avenue in 1895. The street address is 1055.

Q: How far is it from 1055 High to downtown Washington, DC?

A: The distance is roughly a mile and a half, depending on where your ultimate destination is in the downtown area.

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