LEDROIT PARK DEVELOPMENT

BLOOMINGDALE DEVELOPMENT

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ACTIVE LEDROIT PARK DEVELOPMENT

LeDroit Park development is rare as it is a neighborhood densely populated with single family attached and detached homes prized for their architecture and history, but some apartment-to-condo conversions have sprung up during the past decade. LeDroit benefits from the retail and cultural development of its neighbor, Shaw.
LeDroit Park is a charming neighborhood bordered by W Street to the north, Rhode Island Avenue and Florida Avenue to the south, Second Street NW to the east, and Howard University to the west. LeDroit Park’s wonderful architecture sets it apart, especially its collection of historic McGill homes.
No significant projects under development

Archived Projects 

MCGILL ROW

38 condo units

Bloomingdale Development

Bloomingdale’s Victorian architecture and proximity to Shaw and Logan Circle are two of the reasons this fun and quirky neighborhoods has experienced a good deal of single family and apartment conversion development over the past fifteen years. New condos, townhomes, apartments, and many single family home rehabs have all contributed to a refreshed and vibrant neighborhood.
BEALE SQUARE

5 TOWNHOMES

Archived Projects 

BEALE HOUSE

59 condo units

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