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A commanding building with a rich history, The Columbia was originally built in 1918 as The Columbia Hospital for Women. Located in the West End, The Columbia sits at 2425 L Street, NW. Today the Italian Renaissance-style complex houses three buildings spanning nine stories and offering 225 units repurposed as elegant residences in 2006. The building also includes 28,000 sf of commercial space as well as a Trader Joe’s. All units are spacious with open floor plans, oversize windows, hardwood floors, and balconies in select units. Kitchens are distinctive with Poggenpohl cabinets, Sub Zero and Bosch appliances. Two-story penthouses grace the ninth floor with their own private rooftop terraces. Amenities include a 24/7 front desk and concierge service, a roof deck with pool, onsite fitness center, and large club room for social gatherings. Cats and dogs are allowed at The Columbia.