Dwight Howard’s penthouse in Washington, D.C.
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Dwight Howard’s penthouse in Washington, D.C.

The two-floor penthouse is one of nine units in a converted 1890s school building.

The building exterior. (Jason Shelton)
The entry. (Jason Shelton)
A living and dining area. (Jason Shelton)
A bathroom with original fixtures and plumbing. Many original schoolhouse features were incorporated into the unit’s design. (Jason Shelton)
Original chalkboards adorn penthouse walls. (Jason Shelton)
The kitchen. (Jason Shelton)
The appliances are industrial grade. (Jason Shelton)
The dramatic great room. (Jason Shelton)
The great room has a fireplace and a wet bar. (Jason Shelton)
The great room. (Jason Shelton)
The master suite. (Jason Shelton)
The master suite bathroom has a fish tank in the shower. (Jason Shelton)
A massive wardrobe in the master suite. (Jason Shelton)
A bathroom. (Jason Shelton)
A bedroom. (Jason Shelton)
The home theater. (Jason Shelton)
The massage room. (Jason Shelton)
The rooftop deck. (Jason Shelton)