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Condo conversion in Dupont 90 days out

The Lindsay

The Lindsay seen from the back with spiral staircase

Lock 7 Development is finishing up the conversion of a Victorian home at 1817 Riggs Place NW to three condominiums in Dupont Circle.

"We're almost done with the rough-ins," says Lock 7 Development principal David Gorman, "and we should be closing in the buildings in the next three weeks."

The building, now known as the Lindsay, was purchased by Lock 7 for $1.1 million in September, city records show. Demolition began in shortly after.

The condos--two two-bedrooms at 900 square feet each and one three-bedroom penthouse at 1,700 square feet--have attracted a lot of interest, Gorman says, but they're not yet reserved.

The building, which was originally built in 1916, is only about three blocks from the Dupont Circle metro and two blocks from the "Real World DC" house--a near-perfect location.

Read more articles by Rachel Kaufman.

Rachel is the managing editor of Elevation D.C. She also covers tech, business and science for publications nationwide. She lives in Brookland.
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