By virtue of either its private balconies and ample off-street parking or its interesting history, the condos at The Montrose Residences have now completely sold out. By comparison, the renovation process that converted the former headquarters of the Annie Hurt Foundation for the Blind into fifteen brand new high-end residences was decidedly lengthier at three years. The Montrose condos initially made an appearance on the market back in January and made the move to impress with marble finishes and the enormous windows often found in D.C.'s historic buildings. But at least for the time being, the option to buy a seven figure condo with a bathroom inspired by the super-fancy spas found in the Georgetown hotels in a former philanthropic headquarters is no longer available.
· The Montrose Residences [Official Site]
· This Former Philanthropic HQ Has Become a Luxe Residence [CDC]