American Architect William Stulz, known for the design of many of The District’s churches, created 1737 11th Street NW in 1899. President William McKinley was serving his term and the Spanish-American war had just ended. This grand 4 story rowhouse stands at the crossroads of where Logan meets the Shaw Neighborhood. Just a couple blocks to the north, you will find U Street Corridor, which historically was known as “Black Broadway” where in the early 20th-century acts like Cab Calloway and Pearl Bailey once played. The collaboration of the 3 neighborhoods have a few things in common: Shopping, Dining, Parks, Public Transportation, and Music Venues. Welcome to The Lofton at Logan. Today, this grand piece of architecture has become a unique structure containing two fully-renovated, four-level, pristine condominiums by R Street Development and Harbor Builders. Each of the townhome-style condos feature 3-bedrooms + den, 3.5 -bathrooms, plus additional flexible living space spanning over 2,000+ SQFT. Enjoy entertaining on the rooftop decks, which are grandfathered a full story above the neighbors, with views of the Washington Monument and National Cathedral. Featuring custom finishes including Quartz countertops, Porcelanosa tile and White Oak flooring and custom gourmet kitchens which include Thermador and Bosch appliances. Unit #100 features historic Victorian-style Bay windows overlooking the tree-lined views of the newly renovated, Garrison Elementary, while Unit #200 boasts gorgeous living/dining space that is sun-lit by two levels of picture windows and private parking! Enjoy the quiet neighborhood feel while still living just a few blocks from the acclaimed restaurants of the 14th Street Corridor, Metro, Entertainment, Dog Parks, Coffee Shops, and retail. Buy as one, or purchase each unit separately. Condo paperwork onhand if sold individually. Live in one, and rent the other.
Listing courtesy of Compass.