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Dupont Circle’s Patterson Mansion, a sneak peek

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See how much progress has been made in the construction

All photos by Michelle Goldchain

In July 2017, Dupont Circle’s Patterson Mansion will open its doors with 92 high-end, fully-furnished residential units and a variety of amenities, thanks to D.C.-based developer Saul Urban in partnership with Rooney Properties.

To create even more space, D.C.-based Hartman-Cox Architects constructed a narrow, glassy addition that also contains an entrance for the disabled. This addition greatly contrasts the ornate, Neoclassical facade of the original structure.

The micro-units built in the two structures range in square footage from the mid-300s to the late-500s. Leases go as low as three months with the intention to appeal to the city’s transient class, which includes diplomats, politicos, and executives. When it comes to prices, they range from $2,800 per month to more than $5,900 per month, according to Bisnow.

Some of the most notable amenities include a black, wood-paneled library, a resident mixologist, and on-site community events. To create the events, Saul Urban partnered with local breweries, the Phillips Collection, and Politics & Prose.

Pre-leasing has begun with nearly half of the units already leased.