- Address: 440 12th St NE, Washington, DC 20002
- Units: 54
- Stories: 3
- Delivered: 2004
- Ownership: Condominium
- Location: 12th Street NE between D Street NE and E Street NE
- Neighborhood: Capitol Hill
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- Metro: Union Station is a 21 minute walk west, and Stadium-Armory is a 24 minute walk east.
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The Lovejoy Lofts was originally built as the Elijah P. Lovejoy Elementary School in 1901. The school was named for a prominent newspaper editor and abolitionist who was murdered by a pro-slavery mob in 1837. The school served the African-American community and was expanded twice, operating as a school as recently as the 1980s. In 1999 the building was sold to be developed as the current condominium.
It has reserved parking in a private lot. Units have exposed brick, high ceilings and oversized windows. There are a lot of businesses nearby, and shopping, grocery stores, Sherwood Recreation Center, restaurants (Ben’s Chili Bowl!), and a CVS is also close by. You can also walk to Lincoln Park, the H Street Corridor, and Eastern Market.
What financing options are available for this condominium?
CONVENTIONAL: Lovejoy Lofts has 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 this condominium or any other condominium.
VA: as of 11-10-2022 Lovejoy Lofts was not VA Approved, but that can change, please double check current status by clicking here. Enter city/state and the condo name.
FHA: as of 11-10-2022 Lovejoy Lofts was approved on the “FHA Approved Condo” list, but it shows that the approval expires on 12-17-2022. Click here to double check the current status. Enter city/state and the condo name.
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