Solea Condominiums

Located at 1414 Belmont Street NW, Washington, DC 20009 | Columbia Heights

With a modernist façade that incorporates yellow stucco, corrugated metal, and gray bricks, Solea is part of an innovative new wave of development in the Columbia Heights neighborhood. Perfectly positioned at the three corners of Belmont Street, 14th Street, and Florida Avenue, the mixed-use project with 56 condo residences was completed in 2009. The building is also home to some artists’ live/workspaces along with street level retail.

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Washington, DC’s population increased steadily between 2000 and 2020, and Columbia Heights had areas that were ripe for new construction. While residential streets often saw older apartment buildings restored and converted to boutique condominiums, commercial corridors like 14th Street experienced larger scale projects. Developer Jair Lynch was able to purchase a parcel of land from the Government of the District of Columbia by earmarking a percentage of the proposed building for live/work residences and local businesses. Architect Suman Sorg was responsible for the cutting edge look of the Solea, as well as stylish and unique floorplans. The Heights of Columbia is another contemporary condo development on 14th Street.

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Condominium floorplans at the Solea are incredibly varied, ranging from studios to three bedrooms and from 391 to about 1,270 square feet in size. The majority of residences are single level with high ceilings, but there are also some select duplex penthouses at the top with private rooftop terraces. Even the smallest condos have a spacious feel, complemented by open layouts and huge windows. Some residences have intriguing moveable wall partitions allowing for flexible living spaces. Hardwood floors add to the appeal, as well as Euro-style open gourmet kitchens with upscale appliances, granite counters, and mosaic tile backsplashes. Each residence has a washer and dryer. The pet-friendly building also offers the nice advantage of underground parking, as well as a communal patio space.

The centrally located Solea is about a block from the delightful 12-acre Meridian Hill Park, a great place to take your dog for a walk if you have one. If not, just drop by to relax by the cascading water terraces. There’s plenty of restaurants within easy strolling distance along 14th Street such as Rooster & Owl, Mayden, Judy, Lucy Bar, and PhoNatics. You’ll find even more great attractions to the west in Adams Morgan, as well as a few blocks south along the trendy U Street Corridor. Grocery store options in the area include Harris Teeter and Whole Foods. The more intimate Streets Market & Café is next-door, and Little Hat Coffee is inside Streets Market.

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

Solea, District of Columbia FAQs

Q: What is the actual street address of Solea and are there any other businesses there?

A: Solea’s official address is 1414 Belmont Street NW in Columbia Heights. There are also entrances to the building on 14th Street and Florida Avenue. There is currently a 7-11 store at the street level as well as several smaller businesses.

Q: What is the parking situation at Solea?

A: There is an underground parking garage and condo residents enjoy assigned spaces that typically convey with their unit.

Q: What are the closest bars and restaurants to Solea?

A: Rooster & Owl is a block north on 14th, Judy’s Restaurant is two doors south, Lucy Bar is across the street at the corner of 14th and Florida, and Franklin Hall is a couple doors from Lucy’s on Florida Ave.

Q: How far is it to U Street?

A: U Street is three blocks south of the building.

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