Dupont Circle Condominiums

With its tree-lined sidewalks and elegant buildings, Dupont Circle is one of Washington’s most desirable neighborhoods. Known for its ideal location and Victorian rowhouse homes, this cherished community also has a sizeable number of condominium buildings. Some of these addresses are new, many are old, and a few combine both history and modernity, such as 1745 N which includes both Historic Row and the Modern Flats. These particular complex features six renovated rowhouses and a new six-story structure, totaling 68 luxurious residences.

Dupont Circle’s status as a historic district has resulted in the transformation of numerous older former apartment buildings that have been transformed into condominiums, including the landmark Cairo built in 1894, the Albemarle which was completed in 1901, and the Avondale, delivered by Harry Wardman in 1914. More recent projects include the mid-century contemporary Apolline with its International-style architecture, and Church Place, a contemporary building that was finished in 1998. Regardless of the timeline, this vibrant neighborhood just south of Kalorama has a reputation for memorable architecture, a close proximity to Downtown DC, and an incredible restaurant scene.

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One of the older neighborhoods in the District, Dupont Circle was relatively undeveloped until after the Civil War. Initially home to a brickyard and slaughterhouse, the early 10-point roundabout for horse and pedestrian traffic was redesigned in 1871 to include the grassy circle park that we know today. The earliest homes were grand mansions along roadways like Massachusetts and New Hampshire Avenues that emanated diagonally from the circle like spokes on a bicycle. In time, the grid of north-south and east-west streets dissecting the major arteries filled up with row houses, as well as apartment buildings that catered to varying class levels, from low-level government workers to the titans of industry. The neighborhood went through several stages of historic preservation status between 1964 and 1985. Today, the entire neighborhood is a historic district, roughly bordered by Swann Street to the north, 16th Street to the east, Rhode Island, M and N Streets on the south, and Florida Avenue to the west.

Among the city’s most elegant communities, Dupont Circle has long been home to prominent politicians, business leaders, cultural vanguards, and influential architects. The neighborhood has retained its unique and eclectic charm in the modern era, with theaters, shops, art galleries, bookstores, bakeries, yoga studios, and some of the best bars and restaurants in all of DC. The grassy inner circle is a favorite gathering place for locals, often hosting events. The Dupont Metro Station with Red Line service is actually under the traffic circle, with two entrances, at the corner of Q Street and 20th, as well as the corner of Connecticut Avenue and 19th Street.

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

Dupont Circle Condos, District of Columbia FAQs

Q: What is the tallest residential building in Dupont Circle?

A: Built in 1894, The Cairo is not only the tallest residential building in Dupont Circle but Washington, DC itself. The 12-story building stands 164 feet tall and led to the creation of the Height of Buildings Act.

Q: Is there a subway station in the Dupont Circle area?

A: The Dupont Circle Metro Station with Red Line service lies below the grassy traffic circle itself.

Q: How far is it from Dupont Circle to downtown Washington?

A: Some people consider Dupont Circle to be part of downtown Washington. More specifically, Dupont Circle is less than a mile from the White House, and easy strolling distance from the heart of the Downtown/Central area.

Q: What is the average cost of a condo in Dupont Circle?

A: The price spectrum is quite wide, depending on the size of the residence and the specific building. Recent sales have ranged from around $300,000 for a studio unit to over $2 million for a penthouse.

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