The Palladium Condominiums

Located at 1325 18th Street NW, Washington, DC 20036 | Dupont Circle

Not to be confused with a condominium by the same name in McLean, the Palladium is a mid-century residential building in the heart of Dupont Circle. This 10-story high-rise is home to some 123 apartments, making it one of the larger condo communities in the neighborhood. Completed in 1974, the Palladium has a distinctive International style of architecture, recognizable by rectilinear shapes, extended rows of windows, and wide, boxy balconies.

The Palladium is nicely located on 18th Street, just two blocks from the neighborhood’s famous traffic circle with its inner grassy park and fountain. Condo residences typically range from one to two bedrooms, with sizes from around 715 to 1,250 square feet. While Dupont Circle is generally associated with older historic buildings, there are also some well-regarded contemporary condominiums such as the Apolline, Church Street, Dupont West, and Georgetown Overlook.


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The Palladium was built during a time in which open floor plans were still fairly unusual. There’s a distinct contemporary vibe to the layouts, with combination living and dining areas wide bands of windows, hardwood floors, and galley kitchens with serving windows, some of which have crescent shapes. Many of the kitchens have been updated since the 70s, with new stone counters and stainless steel appliances. It is not uncommon to find French doors leading into the bedrooms. Also noteworthy are the extra-large balconies, perfect for relaxing with morning coffee or evening libations.

Residents at the Palladium enjoy a staffed front desk with concierge service, and a rather extraordinary rooftop deck and lounge with a swimming pool and extensive potted landscaping. Underground garage parking is available at a rental fee. For those who prefer public transit, the Dupont Circle Metro Station with Red Line service is within easy strolling distance. Also nearby are shops, bakeries, bars, and restaurants, including Tatte Bakery & Café, Un Je Ne Sais Quoi, Residents Café & Bar, Toastique, Boqueria Dupont, Whole Foods, and many others. The building is also close to the neighboring communities of Downtown DC and the West End.

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

The Palladium, District of Columbia FAQs

Q: Is the Palladium a pet-friendly building?

A: Yes, your pets will be welcome. The Francis Dog Park is within walking distance.

Q: Could I walk to Downtown DC from the Palladium?

A: Yes, the downtown area is just a few blocks south.

Q: If Dupont Circle is a historic district, why are there some newer condo buildings in the neighborhood?

A: The historic district was established in stages, beginning in 1976 with expansions and amendments thereafter. It pertains to original structures from the period of 1875 to 1931, so you will find a number of newer buildings, especially along certain streets.

Q: Does the Palladium have its own parking garage?

A: Yes it does, with assigned parking available for rent.

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