Andover House
Washington, DC
Completed 2004

12-story, 171-unit residential building with 4 levels of underground parking for 200 vehicles.


The Andover House was designed to be a part of the urban fabric north of Thomas Circle and the National City Christian Church. Adjacent to Thomas Circle, the 174,000-sf Andover House sits on a tight urban site that offers a mixture of office buildings, retail establishments, residences and embassies. The Dupont Circle Metro Station is also within 4 blocks.

Inspired by the Beaux Arts, Andover House uses traditional building materials, primarily brick and masonry to complement surrounding historic structures.  The building offers commanding views of prominent landmarks including the Washington Monument, the US Capitol, the National Cathedral and the Potomac River. Neighboring buildings include the National City Christian Church, a historic structure designed by John Russell Pope, the renowned architect of the Jefferson Memorial and the National Gallery of Art West Building.

Behind the main entrance on the corner of 14th and N streets sits a grand 2-story lobby. Among the building’s abundant amenities are a state-of-the-art fitness center and business center located on the 1st floor, as well as a library located in the lobby’s mezzanine level. The building’s 11th floor hosts an expansive 2-story party room. The upper floors of this apartment building boast duplex apartment units with private terraces overlooking the city.

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