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For more than 100 years, the building at 57 N St. NW in the District has been home to a wide variety of tenants, including horses, cars, hot dog carts, art studios and antiques.
Now, the Truxton Circle building is undergoing a transformation into Chapman Stables, a 114-unit condo building that gives a nod to its past while looking to the future.
“When we looked at the building, it had been vacant for a few years and had empty lots behind it,” says John Sunter with Four Points in Washington, the developer of Chapman Stables. “We had this vision of bringing life and pedestrian activity to all sides of the building, not just N Street.”