Harry Wardman was one of the more popular real estate developers in the early 1900’s, and responsible for more than 4,000 structures in the District – hotels, luxury apartment buildings and rowhomes. Thanks to JBG Smith, new residents will now have the opportunity to live in one of Wardman’s most impressive buildings – Wardman Tower.

Originally constructed in 1928, the luxury residences at 2660 Connecticut Avenue NW in Woodley Park have been meticulously restored, while being able to use many of the original bricks, cast iron, stone and the metal architectural details. These 32 luxury condos feature muted color palettes, wide-plank oak flooring, along with modern floorplans and Parisian-style millwork. Residents will also have access to 2 clubrooms, kitchen, fitness center, yoga studio, rooftop terrace and more than 3 acres of private garden space.

Available unites range from $2.99 – $9.299 million. LuxeGetaways has access to several of the model units creating so much buzz around the opening of this historic landmark, including Darryl Carter, Jeff Akseizer and Deborah Berke (who also designed the interior of the building). For those fortunate enough to live at Wardman Tower, they will be living in a true gem, and a piece of Washington, D.C.’s history.

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Darryl Carter


Jeff Akseizer


Deborah Berke


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