The Washington Post – New Posh Apartments Emerge from Old Italian Embassy in Northwest D.C.


“The neo-renaissance building at 2700 16th St. NW in Washington — the home of the Italian Embassy from 1925 through 1977 and that country’s chancery until 2002 — was designed by architects Whitney Warren and Charles Wetmore, who were responsible for the look of Grand Central Terminal in New York City. Now leasing has begun for the apartments in the historic embassy building as well as in an attached new nine-story apartment tower. Developer Mill Creek Residential named the 134-home project Modera Sedici.”

Full article here.