Tag Archives: The Columbia

The Columbia | Market Pulse | January 2021

Those seeking unique living spaces in Washington, DC need look no further. The Columbia Residences is a beautifully realized redevelopment of the former Columbia Hospital for Women. Founded in 1866 in Thomas Circle, the facility was dedicated to serving wives and widows of Civil War soldiers. The hospital moved to the West End neighborhood in […]


The Columbia | Market Pulse | December 2020

Washington, DC is known for its unusual adaptive reuse projects, such as former schools, churches and auto showrooms that have been converted into condominiums. But none are quite as unique as The Columbia Residences in the West End neighborhood. The former Columbia Hospital for Women dates back to 1866 and was dedicated to serving the […]




The Columbia | Market Pulse | October 2020

You’ll be hard-pressed to find a more unique, or popular condominium community in the Washington area than The Columbia Residences. The Columbia Hospital for Women was founded in Thomas Circle in 1866, and was initially dedicated to serving wives and widows of Civil War soldiers. The hospital relocated to the West End neighborhood in 1876 […]






The Columbia | Market Pulse | July 2020

The Columbia Residences takes a back seat to no one when it comes to unique condominium communities in Washington, DC. Founded in Thomas Circle in 1866, the Columbia Hospital for Women was dedicated to serving wives and widows of Civil War soldiers. The hospital subsequently moved to the West End neighborhood in 1876, and was […]