The brick and glass 6th Street DC condominiums fit comfortably within their century-old context of attached row houses in Washington, DC’s Shaw neighborhood. The three-story-tall structure houses six three-bedroom duplex condominium units. Floor-to-ceiling glazing on the first and second floors provide natural light, and enhance views to the street and backyards.
While maintaining the historic low-scale context of the neighborhood was important, the metal-framed windows frankly express their modern design origins. The interiors support contemporary modes of living, with natural materials, crisp details, and custom millwork. A variety of outdoor spaces, including roof decks, patios and a backyard, allow residents to enjoy the outside during the many pleasant weather days in the nation’s capital.
10,747 square feet
CAS Engineering, Civil
Structural Engineering Unlimited, LLC, Structural
Ralph Streeter, MEPFP
Lila Fendrick Landscape Architects, Landscape
Malinowski, Shilpi. “Wave of modernist condos ushers in age of D.C. architecture.” The Washington Post, June 1, 2017.