The Columbia is a century-old, stunningly renovated condominium community in Washington, DC’s West End neighborhood. Formerly known as The Columbia Hospital for Women, the Italianate-style complex is now home to 225 luxury residences, along with its own ground floor Trader Joe’s.
There were multiple new listings in February including Unit #906, a spectacular two-story penthouse with 2-bedrooms, 2-baths and 1,496 square feet of living space. Among the many features are floating spiral iron stairs, pale wide-plank hardwoods, Chefs kitchen, an owner’s suite, an upstairs family room and a private rooftop deck with soaring views. The asking price is $1,365,000.
February also introduced Unit #302, a 2-bed, 2-bath home with 1,442 square feet of space. Priced at $1,339,000, the apartment has been completely renovated with hickory hardwoods, remote-controlled gas fireplace, newly updated kitchen and new baths with heated floors and all-new lighting. The master bath boasts steam shower, Japanese bidet and open linen storage.
The other new listing is Unit #306 with 2-bedrooms, 2-baths and 1,128 square feet of living space. Listed at $989,000, the apartment has rich cherry hardwood floors throughout. The handsome kitchen with Viking and Sub-Zero appliances is open to the spacious living and dining area. A balcony and marble baths are also part of the appeal.
Unit #436 went under contract with contingencies in February after listing the previous month. The 2-bedroom, 2-bath corner residence has 1,354 square feet of living space, bay windows, a balcony, Chef’s kitchen and marble baths. The asking price was $1,125,000.
There was one closing in February—Unit #337 with 2-beds, 2-baths and 1,196 square feet. The stylish flat with gourmet kitchen, pale wide-plank hardwoods, east-facing windows and a balcony, listed for $989,000 and closed at full price!
The Columbia is located at 2425 L Street NW between 24th and 25th Streets. Residents enjoy a rooftop pool, a gym, billiards room, front desk and concierge service. Grocery gathering is a cinch with the downstairs Trader Joe’s. The new West End Neighborhood Library is next-door, Rock Creek is a couple blocks away and great restaurants abound.