Construction is complete and sales are now underway for twelve one-of-a-kind condominiums at The Collection at R Street, a rare residential enclave on a quiet tree-lined street in the heart of Shaw. A renovated former schoolhouse, the condominium offers some of the largest and most unique floorplans in the area.
The Collection at R Street is now showing three condominium models which can be toured by appointment. Pricing starts at $675,000. The development also offers new-built four-level townhomes priced from $1.275M to $2.3M.
The schoolhouse, an historic 19th century landmark, has been converted into twelve oversized residences ranging in size from 1,200 to 2,300 square feet. The floorplans range from two bedrooms/two baths to two-level penthouse units with two bedrooms/two-and-a-half baths and dens. Original architectural details like exposed beams and brick, and historic transom windows can be seen in many of the homes, as well as oversized outdoor terraces.
The Collection at R Street four penthouse loft homes range from 1,900 to 2,300 square feet. Each has its own private rooftop, parking, and expansive attic space that can be used for storage.
While most of the schoolhouse condos feature 13-foot ceilings, the loft space in the penthouse residences has ceilings that rise to 30 feet. The building also has a two-story lobby with a dramatic interior bridge that crosses the lobby for resident access.
The Collection at R Street is located on R Street NW, between 5th Street and New Jersey Avenue, in the heart of Shaw and close to Bloomingdale, U Street and Logan Circle. Neighborhood spots include Dacha Beer Garden, Compass Coffee, BKK Cookshop, Zepplin, Big Bear Café, Right Proper Brewing Company and many more. The property is also located just a few blocks from the Shaw-Howard University Metro station and Giant Food.
For more information or to make an appointment to tour the property, visit The Collection at R Street here or contact Isabella Schnider at Isabella@smithschnider.com or 301-873-5600.
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