Bryan School Lofts
- Address: 1315 Independence Avenue, SE Washington, DC 20003
- Units: 20
- Stories: 4
- Delivered: built in 1906 as a school, 2004 converted to condominiums.
- Ownership: Condominium
- Location: Independence Ave, SE between Kentucky Avenue SE and 14th Street SE
- Neighborhood: Capitol Hill
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- Metro: Potomac Avenue Metro is an 11 minute walk south, and Stadium-Armory Station is 14 minutes walk away, and 15 minutes walk is Eastern Market Metro.
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Bryan School Lofts is a historic building originally built in 1906 and converted to luxury lofts in 2004. It was originally known as the Thomas Barbour Bryan Elementary School. The school was run solely by women and served only the white community. 98 years later in 2004, Washington, D.C. based Abdo Development converted the four-story historic landmark into condominiums. Some of the original details are still evident, such as the window frames and the “Girl’s and Boy’s” separate entrances. It is very close to Lincoln Park, cafes, carry out food, restaurants, churches, a liquor store, and RFK Stadium.
What financing options are available for this condominium?
CONVENTIONAL: there may be many different conventional loan options available with varying down payments and terms. Please contact Brian Martucci for specifics if you want to get a conventional loan to purchase in Bryan School Lofts, or any other condominium.
VA: as of 10-27-2022 Bryan School Lofts was not VA Approved, but that can change at any time, please double check current status by clicking here. Enter city/state and the condo name.
FHA: as of 10-27-2022 Bryan School Lofts was not approved on the “FHA Approved Condo” list. Enter city/state and the condo name. Click here to double check the current status.
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