Washington, D.C.’s legendary Patterson Mansion, which once hosted President Calvin Coolidge and First Lady Grace Coolidge, is being converted into luxury residential units, according to press materials.
Throughout the years, the mansion has served as a social gathering space for prominent political figures and high-profile notables, alongside journalists and industrialists. The Coolidge family resided in the residence while the White House was under renovation.
Its historic legacy of prestige and sophistication will be preserved through a new brand of urban residences, Ampeer, designed in elegance coupled with a modern flare by local residential designer, Darryl Carter.
The mansion’s social past will live on through Ampeer’s communal living spaces that encourage social interaction, collaboration, and inspiration.
“Ampeer Dupont is much more than a luxurious mansion to call home––it offers residents a complete luxury lifestyle,” says Dan Rigaux, senior vice president of finance and development for Saul Urban, the project developer, along with Rooney Properties. “Guided by the idea that where you live should embody who you are, Ampeer focuses not just on the physical amenities, but also on providing nourishment for the mind and soul.”
Pre-leasing is available, and the flagship Dupont Circle property will open its doors in July.
Renderings courtesy of Ampeer