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Tenacity Tenant Conversions > Project Portfolio



The Jamison

The Jamison
6645 Georgia Avenue NW
Newly renovated 1 bedroom & efficiency condominiums in Brightwood. Affordable Luxury at Tenacity’s Jamison Condominium located in the heart of Georgia Ave, across from Walter Reed Med Center. Click for more information.

Hampshire Towers

Takoma Overlook
7333 New Hampshire Avenue NW
Tenacity Group’s newest project is truly a diamond in the rough. The forthcoming renovation and beautification of this 1960’s high-rise will transform not only the inside but also the outside landscape of this landmark building. Takoma Overlook is conveniently located inside the beltway and in the heart of Takoma Park. Click for more information.
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Columbia Station
3500 13th Street NW
Located steps from the Tivoli Theater and the Columbia Heights Metro, this 1920s vintage building is filled with period touches and large units, each with big windows and terrific views. The one and two bedroom units will be fully renovated. Now selling. Click for more information.

Brookland Station
4202–4224 1st Place NE
This 82-unit conversion in the heart of Brookland is located near Catholic University and Washington Hospital Center. Renovated units were open to the market in July 2005 with terrific immediate success. Now selling. Click for more information.

Park Terrace
3314 Mt. Pleasant Street NW
This building is being converted in conjuction with the Tenant Association and is scheduled to open to the public in late January 2006. Click for more information.

The Windsor
1822 New Hampshire Avenue NW
The jewel in the crown of Dupont Circle buildings, this eye-popping turn of the century building includes five floor-through units with high ceilings, hardwood floors and Juliet balconies and is being designed by the highly regarded firm of Bonstra and Associates. Located in the center of Dupont Circle entertainment and night life, the project is scheduled to open in February 2006. Click for more information.


Fourth and Penn

The Fourth and Penn
218 4th Street SE
This conversion project is a charming, period renovation of a beautifully designed Capitol Hill townhouse with a large rear garden. Each two-bedroom unit includes a large deck. Click for more information.

The Lancaster
3935 S Street SE
Designed for entry-level market sales, this conversion includes one and two-bedroom units with substantial renovations and improvements. Click for more information.

Tilden Court Condominiums
4007 Connecticut Avenue NW
Improvements to this Upper Northwest project included refurbishing the lobby, adding basement storage, installing new window air conditioning units and putting in a new laundry room. Half of the tenants purchased their units during the conversion, and two renovated units each resold for more than $100,000 over original purchase price.

Cathedral Court Condominiums
3010–3100 Wisconsin Avenue NW
This 2003 conversion of the six-building condominiums included repairs to the roof, new boilers, new windows and air conditioning units, and updated landscaping and common areas. Many tenants also upgraded their kitchens and bathrooms.

Mark on M
2311 M Street NW
The Mark on M includes 35 luxury condominiums in the top five floors of 23 11 M Street in Washington’s fashionable West End. Units include one bedroom and one bedroom plus den floorplans, including some with balconies and wraparound terraces. Tenants receive hotel amenities from neighboring Park Hyatt and St. Gregory. Click for more information.

Belmont Condominiums
1831 Belmont Road NW
This five-story building in Adams Morgan contains efficiency, one and two bedroom units. Renovations to the units include stainless steel appliances and granite counters in the kitchen, hardwood and slate tile flooring and crown molding. Click for more information.

Carolina on the Hill
101 North Carolina Avenue SE
Conveniently located within walking distance to the Capitol South Metro and Eastern Market, this five-story building was originally constructed as a dorm for single employed women by the Sisters of Mercy from Baltimore. Renovations during the conversion process included installing Quaker-style hardwood cabinetry and stainless steel appliances in the kitchens and updating bathrooms with ceramic flooring and new vanity countertops. Click for more information.

Euclid Manor
1439–1441 Euclid Street NW
Units priced at market value in the first phase of this project sold out in only two weeks. Renovations included the addition of track lighting and modern updates to kitchens and bathrooms in the efficiency and one-bedroom units. Click for more information.

Nolando Condominiums
1413 T Street NW
Tenacity Tenant Conversion’s first building was converted in 1993. Tenants originally paid an average price of $59,000 for their condo. Today, these units are selling for nearly triple that amount.

Dorsey R. Moore Condominiums
2634–2656 Bowen Road SE
This two-phase conversion project of two buildings and 12 townhouses was completed in January 2003.

Lyons Mill Condominium
2527–2531 Q Street NW
Improvements in this conversion included updates to plumbing, electricity, common hallways and landscaping. All tenants in this property near Georgetown and Rock Creek Park chose to purchase their units for an average price of $150,000. Subsequent listings sold for more than twice the original purchase price, with several recently resold units closing for amounts between $329,000 and $525,000.

Takoma Phoenix Condominiums
7611 Maple Avenue, Takoma Park, MD
More than half of this building’s tenants opted to purchase their units during the conversion process. Fully renovated units have resold for $30,000 to $50,000 more than the original purchase price.

Bristol Condominium
1833 S Street NW
This Dupont Circle conversion project was completed in 2002 with half of existing tenants electing to purchase their unit. A renovated unit sold to an outside buyer in 2001 for $137,000 recently resold for $216,000.