Linden Court was originally developed in the early 1900s as ten rowhomes, six of which were combined and converted for commercial use in the 1940s. In the 1960s, the properties became home to City Auto Repair, a family-owned-and-operated body shop. Monarch Urban acquired the properties when the body shop closed, and began plans for their restoration and redevelopment. The final concept resulted in four townhomes with private gardens, garage parking, and sweeping views of Capitol Hill, plus a mixed-use building that is now home to a local florist and event space with an apartment above. Entitlement approvals for the project were granted by the Board of Zoning Adjustment (BZA). The project received national recognition when it was awarded Gold for Multifamily Adaptive Reuse in the 2019 National Association of Home Builders’ “Best in American Living” series.
Neighborhood: H Street Corridor Use: For-Sale Townhomes + Retail Size: Residential – 8,000SF / 5 Homes | Retail – 1,000SF
Architect:Square 134 Interior Design: Monarch Design General Contractor: Monarch Building & Development Corp.