2501 Penn Condominium

Located at 2501 Pennsylvania Avenue NW, Washington, DC 90037 | West End

Both a landmark building and a luxury condominium, 2501 Penn is also sometimes known as 2501 Pennsylvania. Located in the West End neighborhood, the Romanesque Revival structure is home to just 16 residences, with some of the most spacious apartment floorplans in Washington, DC. With such a small number of residences, however, availability can sometimes be scarce. Other popular condo buildings in the neighborhood include 22 West, and Westlight.

The West End neighborhood has seen substantial changes in recent decades, and 2501 Penn is one of the few remaining historic buildings along a particular stretch of Pennsylvania Avenue. An early example of mixed-use development, 2501 was designed by John H. Nolan and completed in 1896 as the Luzon apartments and included street level storefronts. It was added to the National Register of Historic Places in 1994, and substantially renovated in 2008 as 2501 Penn.

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From the street, 2501 Penn is an architecturally significant building with charming front bays and limestone details. Inside are spacious residences that range from around 2,200 to 4,500 square feet. At the time of the building’s conversion to luxury condos, new owners were given the choice of buying fully refinished units or ones that were designer ready. As a result, the interiors vary, from original vintage accents to completely modernized open layouts. The variety is one of the many appealing factors for the boutique condominium. Floorplans can vary from a two-level penthouse with coffered ceilings and sweeping spiral stairs, to airy contemporary apartments with chic minimalism.

Despite the differences, there are also commonalities, such as direct elevator access for each unit, triple pane windows, high ceilings, gourmet kitchens with SubZero, Thermador, and Bosch appliance packages, and Waterworks baths. Interesting room shapes, ceiling designs, fireplaces, alcoves, and studies are often part of the picture, and penthouse residences also have private outdoor terraces. Condos come with two garage parking spaces, as well as additional storage. The pet-friendly building also has an impressive lobby and concierge service. 2501 Penn is at the corner of Pennsylvania Ave and 25th Street, right across from Trader Joe’s and steps from popular restaurants such as The Setting, Ristorante La Perla, and Marcel’s by Robert Wiedmaier. Rock Creek Park Trail is just a couple blocks away.

To learn more about condos for sale at 2501 Penn, or other West End condominiums, call Andre Perez at District Partners at Compass, 202-929-3600.

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2501 Penn Condominium, DC FAQs

Q: Is parking included with condo purchases at 2501 Penn?

A: Yes, the building has its own secure onsite parking and spaces are assigned to each unit.

Q: Is this a pet-friendly building?

A: Yes, cats and dogs are allowed. The Francis Dog Park is just about a block away, allowing for pleasant daily strolls.

Q: What was the building previously known as?

A: It was built as The Luzon in 1896 and was later known as The Westover. It is one of the last surviving examples of early apartment buildings in the neighborhood.

Q: How far is it from 2501 Penn to downtown Washington, DC?

A: The distance is less than a mile, travelling east along Pennsylvania Avenue.

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