The Edmonds School was one of our first adaptive re-use projects. This 1902 Marsh and Peter-designed elementary school was converted into twenty condominiums and four adjacent townhomes. To preserve the historical integrity of the building, we re-engineered and reclaimed the extant wood and masonry structures from the foundation to the roof. Expansive windows, abundant light and 10’+ ceiling heights are only a few of the completed spaces’ most impressive features.
The Washington Post | Too cool for school: Historic D.C. school buildings find new life as condos
2014 NAHB Best Small Condo Community of the year
901 D Street NE, Washington, DC 20002