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Building at 11th and Monroe Streets, NW Still Becoming Condos

“Dear PoP,

The large apartment building at 11th & Monroe seems to have hit a stand still since its insides were removed in May. While walking to the metro this morning, I noticed that the sign advertising the condos that were slated to go there is no longer on the building. Please tell me that the wind blew it away and construction will resume as soon as the parts arrive? It was too close of a real thing to have the run-down place NOT change.”

I’ve been getting lots of emails like the one above. I’m happy to report that the condo project at 11th and Monroe is still moving forward. Previously the owners only had demo permits so they’re waiting on some final permits. The banner was taken down because the language needed to be changed slightly. I’m told that the interior and exterior design of the building will be finalized by Sept. 1. Stay tuned for updates at that point.

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