The rowhouses at 418 and 420 7th St SE were originally built in the late 1800s by a reputable Capitol Hill developer. In the early 1980s, the buildings were purchased by a non-profit organization and converted into office space to serve as their international headquarters. When the organization decided to move, Monarch Urban acquired the properties and began restoring them to return to their original residential use, working closely with Historic Preservation staff. As part of the project, the two properties were legally combined and converted into a single building with nine luxury condominium units, with many original details preserved and a lush garden and amenity space in the property’s generous rear yard. Entitlement approvals were granted by the Historic Preservation Review Board (HPRB). Sales of the units achieved record prices for Capitol Hill, and were completed in March 2020.
Neighborhood: Capitol Hill (Eastern Market / Barracks Row)
Use: For-Sale Condominiums
Size: Residential – 9,000SF / 9 Units
Architect: Square 134
Interior Design: Monarch Design
General Contractor: Monarch Building & Development Corp.