Lot 33 Condominiums

Located at 1654 Euclid Street NW, Washington, DC 20009 | Adams Morgan

With its blocky five-story exterior, Lot 33 treads an interesting line in the Adams Morgan neighborhood. The 22-unit condominium building is not wholly different from older low-rises along Euclid Street, but it does offer a more modern and stylish variation. The project was designed by Eric Colbert & Associates, with a fieldstone base fronting the parking garage and lobby entrance, before transitioning upward to red brick, black metal girders, and huge windows.

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Delivered in 2008, the attractive building on a one-way street offers an interesting range of floorplans for a relatively small boutique condominium development. You’ll find one, two, and three-bedroom layouts, with both flats and lofts, as well as duplex penthouses. Some units have bonus dens, and many come with some type of private outdoor space, from patios to balconies to large private roof decks. Sizes run from 600 to 1,450 square feet, with high ceilings and open layouts adding to the perception of depth and space. Other condo buildings in the area include Euclid Mews, the Lofts at Adams Morgan, and Adams Row.

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Condo residences at Lot 33 have a lot to offer, starting with the layouts themselves, as well as the finishes. There were choices offered to new construction buyers when the building was nearing completion, such as different types of hardwood flooring. The main living and dining areas are typically open, but the room shapes and configurations can vary quite a bit, especially from the apartment-style floorplans to two-level residences with their staircases and townhouse-style designs. The windows are quite large, allowing plenty of natural light inside. The gourmet kitchens are open and modern, and typically include high-end appliance packages such as Viking and Bosch. The marble and limestone baths are also quite luxurious and can include spa-style deep soaking tubs. Walk-in closets and Elfa organizer systems are also common. It should be pointed out that some of the units have been remodeled by individual owners since the building’s delivery in 2008.

Residents at Lot 33 enjoy a front lobby, secure garage parking, extra storage, and a 600-foot rooftop terrace with gas grills, lounge furniture, and terrific views. The pet-friendly building is on Euclid Street between 16th and 17th Streets. Meridian Hill Park with its unique urban cascading water terraces is less than a block to the east, while the Harris and Teeter grocery store is equally close. The famed 18th Street corridor with its many top restaurants is within easy walking distance, yet far enough away that the bustle and parking snarls feel comfortably removed.

To learn more about condos for sale at Lot 33, please call Andre Perez at District Partners at Compass, 202-400-3040.

Lot 33, District of Columbia FAQs

Q: Is parking available at Lot 33?

A: Yes, there is a secure parking garage, and each unit is assigned at least one space.

Q: Are there any nearby public transit stations if I choose not to drive?

A: The closest Metrorail is the Columbia Heights station, about 0.7 miles away. The Woodley Park-Zoo/Adams Morgan station is a bit further, at about 1.1 miles away and across the Duke Ellington Bridge.

Q: What would be the most direct route to downtown Washington, DC?

A: If you are driving or bicycling, you can simply head south along 16th Street. The distance will be about 1.5 miles.

Q: Is Lot 33 a pet friendly building?

A: Yes, the Lot 33 building welcomes pets.

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