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Former Truxton Circle garage, stables to become condo project

Expect 114 units and retail included

At 57 N Street NW, in Washington, D.C.’s Truxton Circle neighborhood, there are plans for a brand new 114-unit condo project with 1,225 square feet of retail. Behind the development, known as Chapman Stables, is Four Points, who broke ground on the project this Monday.

When the redevelopment is complete, the building will have an extra third floor. The prices for the condos will range from the $300,000s to over $1 million.

The project will combine two lots, one which is vacant and another which features a historic stable. UrbanTurf reported that Chapman Stables was originally constructed between 1906 and 1916. At the time, it was used as a coal yard, stable, and garage. In 2010, the Brass Knob warehouse vacated the building, as reported by UrbanTurf.

Previously, the developer planned on turning the project into apartments. This was changed.

110-Unit Chapman Stables Development in Truxton Circle Goes Condo [UrbanTurf]