The Cooper Condominiums

Located at 2007 Wyoming Avenue NW, Washington, DC 20009 | Kalorama

On a street known for condominium and cooperative buildings, the Cooper offers an intriguing twist. Originally built around 1890, this was originally a Georgian-style single-family mansion with a carriage house in the rear. The property later served as a bed-and-breakfast. But in 2018, the graceful brick home with its front columns and mansard roof was converted into 18 modern and luxurious condo units. The Cooper is located at 2007 Wyoming Street in the heart of the Kalorama neighborhood, across from the newer Wyoming Plaza condo building, and close to other stalwarts such as the Dresden, 2101 Connecticut, and the Carthage.

The interior gut renovation at the Cooper went above and beyond the norm, preserving the tall windows as well as some remade nods to yesteryear, such as the thick crown molding, wainscoting, and pocket doors. Also notable are the dramatic top level dormers. These traditional architectural details meld seamlessly with modern finishes and highlights, from open gourmet kitchens to heated marble floors in the bathrooms. The floors are also quite stunning, with brushed white oak laid in herringbone patterns. It’s all part of a careful effort from the Potomac Construction Group to provide bespoke lifestyle options for prospective condo buyers who desire a more intimate setting than some of the larger buildings in the area.

More About the Cooper, Washington, DC

No two units at the Cooper are the same. Layouts range from around 450 to 800 square feet yet feel much larger. The lowest level is dedicated to flats, with two-level loft-style units above. The rear carriage house contains two residences, each with a vaulted ceiling and private patio. While the floorplans all vary in size and composition, there is a commonality of bright and airy elegance. Bosch appliances, white quartz countertops, Waterworks fixtures, and custom white European cabinetry are also part of the picture. The property enjoys a nice setback from the street, with a comfortable front porch, lawns and gardens, and gracious shade trees. There are a limited number of deeded parking spaces, and pets are allowed.

One of Washington’s most affluent and desirable communities, Kalorama has long been home to ex-presidents and business titans. The hilly neighborhood northwest of Dupont Circle also hosts several foreign embassies. While Kalorama’s early history dates back to a single, sprawling estate, the early 20th century saw a rash of construction, including numerous landmark apartment buildings that were marketed for dignitaries and upper class denizens of the day. During that busy redevelopment era, a number of elegant mansions were razed in order to make way for the new, larger residential buildings. The Cooper is one of the few homes along this section of Wyoming Avenue in the Kalorama Triangle to have escaped that transitional period. Today, it stands as a reminder of the neighborhood’s infancy, while also serving as a boutique condominium that successfully brings the past and present together.

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

The Cooper, District of Columbia FAQs

Q: Are in-unit washers and dryers allowed at the Cooper?

A: Yes, the condos have washers and dryers which are typically stacked in closets.

Q: Is this a pet-friendly building?

A: Pets are allowed at the Cooper. Dog owners may enjoy the nearby Kalorama Park, Mitchell Park , or the Rock Creek Trail.

Q: Are there any restaurants in the area?

A: You’ll find many popular restaurants along the 18th Street corridor in next-door Adams Morgan, as well as in Dupont Circle to the south.

Q: Is there parking at the Cooper?

A: There are a limited number of deeded spaces, as well as on-street parking.

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