1611 16th Street NW, Washington, DC 20009 | MLS DCDC2147574 | Listing Information | Nestfully
Courtesy: Bowen Billups - TTR Sotheby's International Realty; Phone: 2022343344

1611 16th Street NW
Washington, DC 20009

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This stunning church property is an exciting opportunity for a new congregation, residential development or some special exception uses per the RA-4 zoning. The Sanctuary building was designed in the Gothic Revival style by renowned architect H. Langford Warren (founder of the School of Architecture at Harvard University); the 1894-1896 construction was supervised by Paul J. Pelz, best known as the main architect of the Library of Congress. The three-level South Wing was added in 1912. Prominently located at the corner of 16th and Corcoran Streets NW, the total building area is 16,150 square feet with a lot size of 9,860 square feet. This active Swedenborgian church has an estimated seating capacity in the Sanctuary of 340; the South Wing has large and small meeting rooms for various gatherings and services. Off the front driveway find parking for five cars. This remarkable RA-4 zoned property with a dynamic Dupont-Logan location offers a unique residential development potential. See documents for conceptual condo floor plans from Bonstra/Haresign Architects.
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Courtesy: Bowen Billups - TTR Sotheby's International Realty; Phone: 2022343344
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