Cooper Lewis Condominiums

Located at 1413 P Street NW, Washington, DC 20005 | Logan Circle

The Cooper Lewis building may look completely new and modern, but there is a lot of history behind the glittering structure. Completed in its current form in 2006, the luxury condominium with just 18 bespoke units is located at the corner of P and 14th Street, piggybacking onto a smaller building dating back to 1897. It’s a familiar story in Logan Circle’s commercial center, where so many old warehouses, storefronts, and even former car showrooms have now been transformed into highly popular places to live. Other examples in the immediate area include Lofts 14, Rainbow Lofts, Citta 50, and 1400 Church.

The mixed-use Cooper Lewis building has street level commercial space with condo residences on levels two through six. When the project was being planned by CallisonRTKL Architects and the developer, Metropolis, a decision was made to go with fewer condos and larger floorplans. The result was just 18 two and three-bedroom residences ranging from around 1,200 to 2,500 square feet. Duplex penthouses at the top levels have twisting, floating stairs and private roof decks. The location is also key, with top restaurants, boutique retailers, and other attractions in every direction.

More About Cooper Lewis, Washington, DC

Cooper Lewis gets its name from a Washington, DC pharmacist named Dr. Samuel Lewis who commissioned the original structure from architect Paul Pelz in 1897. The Pelz Building was leased to Edward and Jennie Cooper in 1925, and the couple would operate their popular Cooper Hardware store here until the mid-1970s. But all things change in time, and Logan Circle has been at the forefront of intriguing redevelopment and revitalization for some time now. The property’s rebuild meant losing portions of the original structure and adding onto the core in dramatic fashion. But some vintage elements remain, including interior exposed brick walls and accents. Other features include white oak hardwood floors, towering windows, high ceilings, and phenomenal open gourmet kitchens with stone counters, Scavolini cabinetry, and high end Kitchen Aide appliance packages. Most units have outdoor spaces, and two-level layouts are not uncommon, even with lower level residences.

The few and fortunate who manage to land a condo at Cooper Lewis enjoy secure parking, and extra storage. The corner of P and 14th Street in Logan takes a back seat to no one in the neighborhood’s modern era, with a dizzying array of stores, bars, restaurants, and other hot spots, and an eye-popping juxtaposition of historic storefronts and new modernist designs. Local eateries include Le Diplomate, Chicken + Whiskey, Shake Shack, Logan Tavern, Milk Bar, Stoney’s on P Street, Vin Sur Vingt Wine Bar, and so many others. Whole Foods is right across the street, the famed Logan Circle roundabout with its inner grassy park is a block away, and Downtown DC is next-door to the south.

To learn more about condos for sale at Cooper Lewis, please call Andre Perez at District Partners at Compass, 202-400-3040.

Cooper Lewis, District of Columbia FAQs

Q: Is Cooper Lewis a pet-friendly building?

A: Yes, your furry pals will be welcome at this boutique building. The nearby Logan Circle park, and the Shaw Dog Park are good places to take your canine companions.

Q: Are there any nearby parking options?

A: The building has a secure parking garage.

Q: Does Cooper Lewis have an elevator?

A: It certainly does.

Q: Where is the nearest grocery store?

A: Whole Foods is directly across from Cooper Lewis on P Street.

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