The Zenith Condominiums

Located at 1437 Rhode Island Avenue NW, Washington, DC 20005 | Logan Circle

Standing nine stories tall, the Zenith is historic condominium in the heart of Logan Circle. Originally built in 1930, this brick and limestone treasure was redeveloped and converted into condos in 1998. There are 44 one and two-bedroom floorplans ranging in size from approximately 813 to 1,250 square feet of living space. Many of the larger two-bedroom units feature two-level layouts with loft spaces overlooking the main living areas below.

Location is another key part of the appeal, with the Zenith on a leafy stretch of Rhode Island Avenue between 14th and 15th Street. This allows for a residential feel on a shady street, with numerous top restaurants and boutique retailers just around the corner on 14th Street. Logan Circle is one of Washington, DC’s most popular neighborhoods for condo shoppers with numerous choices including the Berret School Lofts, Solo Piazza, 11Park, 1225 Lofts, Cooper Lewis, Citta 50, and many more.

More About the Zenith, Washington, DC

It is somewhat uncommon to find historic, former apartment buildings that now have condo residences as spacious as those found at the Zenith. While some of the one-bedroom units are in the 800 foot range, many are quite larger. The duplex lofts with their towering ceilings are especially impressive. The interiors offer an appealing mixture of modernity and traditional design, with gleaming hardwood floors and deep-set windows. The old galley kitchens were removed during the gut renovation, replaced by open gourmet cook spaces with stone counters, tile backsplashes, stainless steel appliances, and oversized cabinets. Some of the loft units have upstairs kitchens, while others are reversed. The bathrooms are also nicely remodeled, and each condo has an intercom, a washer and dryer, and extra storage.

The pet-friendly Zenith has lovely landscaping and gardens in front, charming brick walkways, and a gas grill station. The sunken front lobby with its remarkable ceiling details has been nicely restored. There is even an off-street parking area behind the building, with assigned spaces for many but not all of the residences. Whole Foods is a block away on P Street, and the Logan Circle roundabout with its grassy inner circle park I about two blocks away. Also notable are all the nearby bars and restaurants, including ChurchKey, Commissary, the Diplomate, Crown & Crow, Birch & Barley, Logan Tavern, and many more. It’s all part of a vibrant lifestyle experience in the nation’s capital, and less than a mile from Downtown DC.

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

The Zenith, District of Columbia FAQs

Q: Are pets allowed at the Zenith?

A: Yes, cats and dogs are welcome. However, you should check with building management about any possible size and breed restrictions.

Q: Are all of the condos at the Zenith lofts?

A: No. Some of the units are true lofts and some are single-level condos.

Q: What grocery stores are in the area?

A: There is a Whole Foods a block from the Zenith. Trader Joe’s is about a half-mile north, on 14th Street.

Q: Does Logan Circle have its own Metrorail station?

A: No, it does not. However, there are several nearby stations in surrounding neighborhoods, including the Dupont Circle Metro Station, and the Farragut North Metro Station.


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