Floorplan of the week: $2 million DC penthouse in former plumbing supply warehouse

PH1 What was once an abandoned, industrial warehouse with a brick wall covered in discarded gum has since become one of Washington, DC’s most sought-after new developments. 2030 Atlantic Plumbing is a 65 unit condominium with factory windows, nine-foot-plus ceilings and sweeping views of the capital. The project was designed by world-renowned architect Morris Adjmi, who preserved the former Atlantic Plumbing building’s historic character.

Penthouse 1 boasts two bedrooms, two bathrooms and a private, rooftop terrace. The layout is open-concept with a luxurious ensuite bath and walk-in closet off the master bedroom. It’s the perfect pad for an aging hipster who can afford the $2 million price tag and is keen on browsing the nearby galleries for works by artists “you’ve probably never heard of” before.

exterior 2030

Screen Shot 2015-01-29 at 2.59.20 PM Size: 2 bedroom, 2 bath, 1 den

Price: an estimated $1.9 million

Location: Washington, DC

Development: 2030 Atlantic Plumbing

Developer: The JBG Companies

Highlight: The dual-sided fireplace between the living and dining room.

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