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Portfolio

SJG holds a 50-year history of developing innovative commercial and residential projects in the Washington, DC area. These properties include:

West Lane Apartments

COMING SOON. Luxury apartments coming to the heart of Bethesda, two blocks to the Bethesda Metro and the shops and restaurants of Bethesda Row are only a block away. One, two and three bedroom apartments under construction now. Move-in Spring 2018.

2018

year of construction

112

Transit Score

99

Walkability Score

1410 12th St

An intimate 7-unit condominium just east of Logan Circle, this property was designed by Hickok Warner Cole and completed in the summer of 2005.

Standard Features

  • Oak hardwood flooring
  • Designated parking
  • Limestone bathrooms
  • 9 foot ceilings
  • Business Center
  • Granite counters
  • Stainless steel appliances
  • Large windows

2005

year of construction

91

Transit Score

95

Walkability Score

Saxon Court

Situated at 1440 Church Street, this 46-unit condominium building was a joint venture between SJG Properties and PN Hoffman, and completed the winter of 2003. Inspired by a 1950’s auto repair garage, Saxon Court sets itself apart from the rest with its unique and chic-retro-industrial facade, an exhilarating fusion of imagination and modern design, with influences of concrete and steel contrasting with stunning sheets of glass and distressed brickwork.

Standard Features

  • Six-story roof deck patio
  • Distressed brickwork
  • European private fountain courtyard

2003

year of construction

93

Transit Score

96

Walkability Score

The Alta

The Alta, in DC’s Thomas Circle neighborhood, seamlessly blends modern architecture and city living with green building strategies in this building’s 126 swanky one- and two- bedroom condos.

Standard Features

  • Stainless steel appliances
  • Exposed spiral ductwork
  • European-inspired porcelain tiles
  • 9 foot ceilings

2006

year of construction

100

Transit Score

97

Walkability Score

The Metro

This 53-unit condominium building lies at 1444 Church Street, in the heart of the newly revitalized 14th and P Street corridor. The Metro was designed by SK&I Architects, and was joint venture between SJG Properties and PN Hoffman. The seven-story development was recognized with a Residential Design Award in 2006 by the Washingtonian.

Standard Features

  • Floor to ceiling windows
  • Concrete ceilings
  • Open floor plans
  • Maple cabinets
  • Limestone and marble baths
  • Exposed ductwork
  • Bamboo floors
  • European appliances

2004

year of construction

98

Transit Score

92

Walkability Score