It seems that D.C. developers have found ways to turn almost any building into living space. There are windowless apartments in an old skating rink and more than one enterprising developer has created condominiums from old churches and school buildings. The former Engine House No. 7 in Shaw has since been turned into two apartments (which are currently being rented out) and the converted building is now for sale for $2.65 million. While it's pretty cool that they've kept a lot of the details from its fire house days, is there any good use for that pole in the middle of the hallway? We've got more photos after the jump.
· 931 R Street NW [Estately]