Luxurious Touches: The original structure was built in 1922, but these new condos are the epitome of contemporary style. Most units come with stainless-steel Bosch appliances; the penthouses get Sub-Zero refrigerators and Wolfe ranges. Industrial-style windows often stretch to the 9 to 11 foot ceilings; some have been frosted to create privacy.
Perks: Each unit comes with a parking space. (A garage is still a garage, after all!) Don’t have a car? If you prefer, the company will buy back your parking space for $65,000 to $75,000.
So What’s Wrong With It? Builders cut corners on some of the services that have become standard among luxury condos like a 24-hour concierge and a fitness room.
Location: In the heart of Georgetown’s East Village, Sheridan Garage is a short walk to M Street’s shops and restaurants, Rock Creek Park, and the Dupont Circle Metro.