Sheridan Garage Condominiums

Located at 2516 Q Street NW, Washington, DC 20007 | Georgetown

With its ideal East Village location and a stunning combination of both old and new design, Sheridan Garage is one of Georgetown’s hottest boutique condominiums. Originally built in 1922 as an auto repair shop, the low-rise brick building fell into disuse and abandonment in the modern era. But it received a new lease on life when architects Shalom Baranes and Eric Colbert partnered to renovate and expand the structure, adding a top level plus two wings.

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Sheridan Garage is tucked back from its front facing address at 2516 Q Street and backs up to East Place. There are 34 residences in total, from studios to two-bedroom layouts, and ranging from about 439 to 1,650 square feet of living space. The condos are housed in the original building and its two new look-alike wings. On top of the old garage are four highly modernist penthouses with multi pane glass window walls complemented by corrugated metal roofs. The penthouses also have private roof decks. The buildings are interwoven with charming brick walkways and lovely landscaping. There’s even the benefit of secure underground parking, a definite perk in Washington, DC. Other Georgetown condominium developments that have combined new and old elements include the Montrose, Georgetown Park, and the Papermill.

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The revamping of an old industrial site in Georgetown was both time consuming and challenging. The old auto repair shop had been turned into a warehouse for the Army Times Publishing Company after World War II, and eventually became a storage and service facility for trucks belonging to the Chesapeake and Potomac Telephone Company. But the building was abandoned during the 1990s, becoming a neighborhood eyesore with broken windows and overgrown weeds. It was ultimately purchased by Keener-Squire Properties, followed by more years of planning, and finally, the arduous restoration and expansion process.

The interiors are truly eye-catching, regardless of whether it’s a modestly sized studio or one-bedroom, or the more expansive two-bedroom layouts. Open space concepts, soaring ceilings, giant factory-style windows, and gleaming hardwood floors are all part of the appeal. The gourmet kitchens feature marbled quartz countertops, custom cabinetry, and Bosch stainless steel appliances. The limestone baths with their walk-in frameless glass showers are also a revelation. Most units also have a fireplace and a private outdoor space. The penthouses boast giant window walls, balconies at the main level, and spiral staircases leading up to bonus rooms and private rooftop decks with spectacular views.

The site’s southward slope allowed for excavation and a level of underground parking with 22 spaces, accessed from East Place at the rear of the property. There is also additional surface parking in the building’s front paver courtyard. The project was completed in 2008, and original buyers were given the option of purchasing a space or selling it back to the developers. The pet-friendly building also has a front lobby and concierge, as well as extra storage and outdoor greenspaces. Sheridan Garage is just a couple blocks from Rock Creek Park, Rose Park, and the Francis Dog Park. You can also stroll to neighborhood shops, bakeries, and restaurants.

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

Sheridan Garage, District of Columbia FAQs

Q: Is Sheridan Garage a pet-friendly building?

A: Yes, it certainly is. It’s a great area for walking your dog, including neighborhood greenspaces and a popular dog park.

Q: Is parking available at Sheridan Garage?

A: All of the original buyers were given the option of purchasing a space. The result is that virtually every unit now has a space locked in.

Q: What part of Georgetown is Sheridan Garage located in?

A: The property is off Q Street in Georgetown’s East Village, between 26th Street and Rock Creek Park. This is the easternmost part of Georgetown, adjacent to the West End and Dupont Circle neighborhoods.

Q: Is there a Metrorail station in the area?

A: The Dupont Circle Metro Station is approximately 0.7 miles away, via Q Street.

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