3133 Connecticut Ave
Washington DC 20008
Long a hallmark of quality living on Connecticut Avenue, the Kennedy-Warren recalls the ambience and style of a bygone era. Designed and constructed in 1931, the building's clean lines and modern Deco design won the approval of the Washington Fine Arts Commission. To this day the Kennedy-Warren is considered to be one of the finest examples of Art-Deco apartment building architecture.
The Kennedy-Warren is rich in history, and has in the past been called home to many dignitaries and other public figures such as President and Mrs. Lyndon Johnson and Harry Hopkins (personal advisor and close friend of President Franklin D. Roosevelt). During World War II the wives of twenty-nine admirals and generals, most stationed overseas, called us their home. Today our residents include nationally renowned journalists, authors, politicians and diplomats.
The Kennedy-Warren has 317 apartments, all rentals, ranging in size from studios to three bedrooms - three bathrooms. We are conveniently located between the Cleveland Park and Woodley Park Metro Stations, and are surrounded by the National Zoo, National Park and dozens of restaurants, stores and services.
Our charming apartments feature hardwood floors, over nine foot high ceilings, double hung windows and ample closest space. Kitchens include gas stoves, frost free refrigerators and bountiful cabinet space. Ceramic tiled bathrooms feature oversized porcelain tubs and many authentic fixtures accent the pre-war era ambience of our apartments. All utilities (gas, electric and water) are included.