Welcome to 2101 Connecticut, Washington's renowned premier cooperative,
designed by Joseph Abel and George Santmyers in 1927. Opened as a high-end rental by BF Saul in 1928, it was converted to owned co-operative apartments in 1976. According to James Goode, author of Best Addresses, the builder, Harry J. Bralove said "Occupying the entire frontage on Connecticut Avenue between Wyoming Avenue and Kalorama Road, 2101 Connecticut Avenue is located in Washington's most fashionable residential center. It crowns one of the highest points in the city of Washington and is so designed that each apartment has three exposures, thus assuring a maximum of light and ventilation. 2101, as it's widely known, is perfectly sited in Kalorama in very close proximity to the Dupont and Woodley Metro stops, The Phillips Collection, the United Nations of restaurants in Dupont, Adams Morgan and Woodley, many shops, coffee and gelato bars, galleries, supermarkets, specialty markets, the famed Sunday Dupont Farmers'' Market, plus drug stores, cleaners and other necessities and conveniences. There are four roof terraces, including two covered gazebos, all enjoying sweeping views of the city. In season the residents may use the two gas grills and the herb gardens.