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1401 R Street/1700 14th Street NW is a PN Hoffman condo conversion project named for the building's previous incarnation. The former telephone exchange building turned condos offers 36 condominium "true loft" units (mostly 1 BR) ranging from studio lofts to two bedroom lofts with a range of approx. 500 to 1000 SF per and pricing from the 300's to 800's, according to developer reps.
The Northern Exchange condo units will feature sleeping lofts with ceiling heights of approx. 7 feet to 7.5 feet overlooking living areas. Expect large windows, exposed brick, original architectural details, high ceilings (13-16 feet) apart from sleeping areas, building amenities such as roof deck, residents' lounge, outdoor grilling area and bike storage and PN Hoffman's customary quality.
The Northern Exchange Condominums entrance will face R Street.
There will be no parking available for this project.
Ground floor retail will be "really fun for residents" sales representatives say.
Sneak peek of floor plans coming soon, check back here.
First hard hat tours in late September. First deliveries expected end 2012/early 2013.
History of 1700 14th Street NW
1700 14th Street, NW, built in 1903. Designed by Eidlitz & MacKenzie NY for the North branch exchange, Chesapeake and Potomac Telephone Company, it was a four-story Classical Revival-style brick and concrete structure with ground-level retail. As telephone service expanded through DC in the very early 1900's, such branch exchanges were added. They often included recreational facilities and staff reading and lunch rooms. The North exchange was the site of the Chesapeake’s switchboard operator training school, whose operators were known as the “Hello Girls.” North exchange initially serviced 1,973 telephone subscribers north of L Street, in Washington Heights, Columbia Heights, Eckington and Brookland. In the late 1930's, the property was expanded to include a Moderne addition on the north. A fifth floor roof addition in the 1940s resulted in the removal of the cornice. At some point during the mid-20th century, the storefronts were also removed and the first floor re-clad in stone with single windows.
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