The Kalorama Condominium

Located at 1882 Columbia Road NW, Washington, DC 20009 | Adams Morgan

The Kalorama is a boutique condominium building that is often assumed to be in the Kalorama neighborhood. In reality, the 18-unit building is in Adams Morgan, adjacent Kalorama Park and quite close to Kalorama Road. Adding further to the geographical backstory, the former apartment house, which was constructed in 1911, is part of the Washington Heights Historic District.

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The five-story building with its impressive exterior details including limestone lintels, may look true to the period when observed from the street. However, the interiors were completely gutted and transformed from the studs out in 2002, resulting in a modern makeover that differentiates itself from some of the other condo conversions in Washington, DC and in the immediate area. Spacious floorplans range from approximately 1,200 to 2,600 square feet, with two to three bedrooms.

Residences at The Kalorama offer a nice blend of traditional and contemporary style, with gorgeous hardwood floors, high ceilings, and open living areas that merge beautifully into gourmet kitchens with granite counters, maple cabinetry, and dining/prep bars with pendant lighting hanging overhead. Stainless steel Viking, Bosch, and SubZero appliances were featured at the time of the renovation, although some individual unit owners have updated appliances over time.

The primary suite baths include twin-sink vanities, frameless showers, and deep-soaking tubs. Select condos have balconies. The building is comprised of two wings with a central entrance. Each wing has a top level penthouse with its own private roof deck. There is garage parking accessible from the back alley, and residents also enjoy extra storage.

The Kalorama is at 1882 Columbia Road NW between 18th Street NW and 19th Street NW. The neighborhood was known as Washington Heights before the renaming of the area as Adams Morgan in the 1950s. Washington Heights was largely developed as a streetcar suburb during the late 1800s and early 1900s. Today, this is the heart of vibrant Adams Morgan with an incredible restaurant scene along 18th Street. Residents at The Kalorama can stroll to popular pubs, restaurants, and bakeries such as the Green Zone, Pitchers DC, Himalayan Heritage, VEGZ, the Grille from Ipanema, and Rise Bakery. There’s also an assortment of fun indie businesses and vintage clothing stores. The condo building is pet-friendly, and Kalorama Park with its large grassy areas, athletic courts, and community gardens, is right across the street.

To learn more about condos at The Kalorama, please call Andre Perez at District Partners at Compass, 202-929-3600.

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Q: Does The Kalorama offer parking?

A: The building does have a parking garage, but space is limited and not every unit comes with a space. There are also options for nearby rental parking.

Q: Is there a Metro station in the area?

A: The Woodley Park-Zoo/Adams Morgan Metro station is less than a mile away, across the Duke Ellington Bridge.

Q: If I were driving from The Kalorama condos to downtown Washington, DC, how would I get there?

A: You can head south along Columbia Road and then merge onto Connecticut Avenue which will take you the rest of the way there. The distance is about a mile and a half.

Q: Are there any grocery stores nearby?

A: Streets Market, Yes! Organic Grocery, and Rioja Market are all very close. There is also a Harris Teeter as well as a Safeway within about a half-dozen blocks.

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