Woodley Park Condos and Coops

Centrally located and largely residential, Woodley Park offers a wide range of housing choices including condos, cooperatives, and townhouses. And yes, there is a large percentage of single-family homes as well. It s an old neighborhood that continued its development into the modern era, and architectural styles reflect this fact. Even iconic buildings like Wardman Tower can exhibit significant changes over time. The Harry Wardman classic was originally delivered in 1928 but was recently reimagined by Deborah Berke Partners for the developer JPG, resulting in a remarkable interior makeover blending luxurious modernity with timeless elegance.

Woodley Park is quiet in nature with leafy streets and gracious lawns. Yet it is also accessible for commuters and just a short distance from Downtown DC via Connecticut Avenue. It is tucked up against the Smithsonian National Zoo and Rock Creek Park on its eastern side and is also home to multiple embassies. Many, but not all of the condos and coops can be found along broad roadways like Connecticut and Cleveland Avenues. Neighboring communities include Cleveland Park to the north, Adams Morgan to the southeast, and Observatory Circle to the west.

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Wardman Tower is not the only local condominium associated with legendary DC developer Harry Wardman. The Woodley-Wardman is a redeveloped property that took a series of Wardman rowhouses and added a seven-story tower to the rear. The project from Bonstra|Haresign Architects resulted in a total of 39 residences including flats, penthouses, and townhouses. Other notable buildings in the neighborhood include the mid-century Shoreham West cooperative, which is included in James Goode s Best Addresses, Woodley Park Place which is a PN Hoffman redevelopment of a 1919 four-story structure, and Woodley Plaza, a contemporary condominium completed in 1989 with 69 one and two-bedroom floorplans. Cathedral Park is another renovated classic, built in 1923 and recently renovated.

With its gracious charm and lovely architecture, Woodley Park can feel much like its own small East Coast village. But the reality is that it s a woodsy enclave right in the middle of the nation s capital. There s an appealing balance between city life and nature, with the nearby hiking trails of Rock Creek Park. It can be a great option for those who enjoy condominium or cooperative living with full service amenities, yet don t feel the need to be right in the middle of a highly urbanized community. With that said, the quiet appeal of Woodley Park doesn t preclude other everyday amenities, such as popular restaurants and sidewalk cafes dotting Connecticut Avenue.

To learn more about condos and coops for sale in Woodley Park, please call Andre Perez at District Partners at Compass, 202-400-3040.


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Woodley Park Condos and Coops, District of Columbia FAQs.

Q: Is there a Metrorail station near Woodley Park?

A: Yes, the Woodley Park-Zoo/Adams Morgan Station is conveniently located on Connecticut Avenue.

Q: How would I get to Downtown DC if I am driving from Woodley Park?

A: Just drive south along Connecticut Avenue for about 2.5 miles and you will be there.

Q: Are there any schools, whether public or private in the Woodley Park area?

A: The Aidan Montessori School, Oyster Bilingual School (middle), and Maret School (high school) are all in the neighborhood.

Q: Is there a farmers market in the area?

A: Yes, the Twin Springs Farmers Market is held Saturday mornings at the Maret School.

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