Interior designer Deborah Berke brought a clean aesthetic to Wardman Tower’s interiors.
Wardman Tower, built in 1928 by well-known developer Harry Wardman, is being transformed into 32 fully renovated two- to four-bedroom condominiums, each rich in historic charm. On the National Register of Historic Places since 1984, the iconic tower, which once served as home to Dwight D. Eisenhower, Herbert Hoover, and Lyndon B. Johnson, will undergo restoration to include more than 1,000 windows, 200 doors, and 65,000 square feet of repointed façade. Amenities for the luxury condos, on sale now, will include rooftop terraces, a spa-quality 2,000-square-foot fitness center and yoga studio, a library, and the 24/7 service of New York City’s Abigail Michaels Concierge. 2660 Connecticut Ave. NW