At a grand 3,000 sq. ft., this corner unit in Kalorama's iconic 2101 Connecticut Ave NW co-operative has been recently overhauled by Landis Architects/Builders. The residence maintains expansive rooms for hosting and relaxing, including a 34'-long gallery that connects the improved bedrooms, living spaces and newly enlarged room openings. The result is a sanctuary of pure tranquility with 9' ceilings, oak flooring, and light from north, east, and southern exposures. A new kitchen features Miele and Jenn Air appliances, black granite surfaces, and contains a separate walk-in pantry with a secondary full-size refrigerator. The powder room and ensuite bathrooms all contain newly installed vanities, imported tile, and fixtures in attractive contemporary styles. The solarium, off of the living room and on the southeast corner of the unit, provides built-in shelving and a desk. The bedroom off of the kitchen, which includes a newly installed Miele washer/dryer closet and full bathroom, provides flexible use as a secondary office, guest suite, or bedroom with its own private entrance from the second floor hallway. New central HVAC systems with multiple zones have also been installed. The full-service "Best Addresses" Beaux Arts building, which has over the years played home to Washington's most prestigious businesspeople, politicians, ambassadors and justices, features a 24-hour concierge desk, doorman, gym, wine storage, meeting room, and an expansive roof deck with grills, monument views, and dining spaces. One parking space and two storage units convey. The Co-op fee includes property taxes, maintenance, management, and a generous reserves fund.