April 2017

Found 10 blog entries for April 2017.

1745 N St NW DC

One of the most inspirational new residential developments to come to Dupont Circle, 1745N offers sophisticated homes with historic appeal. It’s the site where a half –dozen row homes, dubbed the Historic Row, have now been reimagined into new luxury condos, complete with oversized windows, high ceilings and open floor plans.

In all, the development includes around 60 new homes, with floor plans ranging from studios to one-bedroom and two-bedroom units. They are mostly priced in the mid $600,000s to around $1.7 million, with the penthouse units starting around $2.8 million. A project of Madison Homes, the renovation project included restoring the building’s historic façade, while changing over the interior to reflect more modern luxury and

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georgetown madelon - 3251 prospect st nw dc

A gem of a property, The  Georgetown Madelon remains one of the best options in condo living, on Prospect Street NW, right in the heart of Georgetown. First delivered in the mid 2000s after an extensive renovation of the former building, the nearly three-dozen units of The Madelon are noted for their floor-to-ceiling windows and an exceptional address.

With admirable amenities, the building’s rooftop deck and swimming pool overlook the surrounding Georgetown area, providing exceptional city views from every angle. With plenty of space to soak up the sun, relax, or entertain friends and guests, the building also includes its own theater, available for private screenings.

Many residents of the building additionally enjoy their own private outdoor

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Kipling House

With the promise of nearly 50 new luxury condos, the extraordinary new Kipling House development is headed to The Hill. This four-story, 49-unit planned building will feature your choice of studio, one- or two-bedroom homes, complimented by exceptional extras that are sure to appeal to buyers in the region.

Located just steps away from Eastern Market and Barracks Row, the exciting new building is an inspirational project from Madison Investment. Not yet ready for sale, the units are set to include upscale finishes, coupled with open floor plans and extraordinary attention to detail.

Common features of the homes include the high-end porcelain tile in the baths and the chef-inspired kitchens. While few other details about the new homes are being

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cameron park alexandria

Dozens of new construction townhomes are coming to Alexandria with the modernly adorned Cameron Park soon to hit the market. Located in the West End, this emerging neighborhood offers the luxury of a new home, packed with the convenience of a West End address.

With around 2,500 square feet of living space, the homes come in two floor plans, each with at least three-bedrooms and at least 2.5-baths. The four-level homes also include a two-car garage.

The Irving plan provides an owner’s suite with dual walk-in closets, a roof terrace and an office on the second floor. Meanwhile the slightly smaller Gramercy plan calls for a roof terrace, loft and a game room on the first floor.

In addition, the open floor plan of the Gramercy includes a

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stone hill condos 1345 K st se dc

Dozens of new condos are coming to Capitol Hill with the addition of two condo buildings where an old church once stood. The buildings take the place of the church and three former townhouses, rising up together to bring stylish new residential selections to the area.

Located just two blocks away from the Potomac Avenue Metro station, developer Pecar Properties is constructing a total of 46 condos, the Stone Hill condos at 1345 K Street and the Stone Flats at 1337 K Street. The majority of those units will be part of Stone Hill, which will soon offer three-dozen condo units, scheduled for a Fall 2017 delivery.

Meanwhile, the adjacent Stone Flats already offers 10 luxury condos for presale. The homes range from one- and two- bedroom units to

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david brroks home lincoln park

While some of DC’s most affluent neighborhoods have already welcomed countless new residents tied to the new White House administration, one of the newest residents to move to the area is equally well-known for what he pens about the happenings on Capitol Hill. According to several published reports, David Brooks of the New York Times recently purchased a home near Lincoln Park.

Originally listed on the market for $2.3 million, Brooks reportedly closed on the home in early March. Constructed in the late 1800s as a stable, later turning into an organ factory, the private home now offers two-bedrooms, a library and outdoor entertaining space, including a swimming pool.

Restored in recent years, the former owner of the home updated the bathrooms

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the lexicon - 50 Florida Ave NE

With official delivery coming soon, new owners still have time to choose their finishes within one of Eckington’s newest, upscale developments. The Lexicon offers more than 180 condominium units, each ranging from one- to two-bedrooms, plus a den.

With a one-bedroom priced starting in the $400,000s, some of the larger units are priced starting in the upper $700,000s. New owners are able to choose from a variety of available finishes, including flooring, countertops, cabinetry and appliances. Typically, the homes include a mix of hardwood flooring and porcelain tile, with soaking tubs and gourmet kitchens.

The available upgrades extend throughout the homes, with the option of a gas fireplace, gas heat and plenty of extras. Some of the larger

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pullman place - 909 2nd st ne

The stylish new Pullman Place condos are already more than 50-percent sold, one of the latest choices in residential living in NoMa. With contemporary features and the allure of a new construction home, Pullman Place offers some of the most desirable new residences, with an impressive address to match.

This centrally located building is only about two blocks away from Union Station, found between Union Market and the H Street Corridor, a prime location for new condo buyers. It’s simple to explore the various eclectic dining options of Union Market or join in on the vibrancy of H Street nightlife.

As well, the access to Capitol Hill makes the location one of the most sought-after in the DC area. Two Metro stops are nearby, and several grocery

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logan 13

With luxurious features and a coveted address, Logan 13 presents a true case of urban living at its best. This new Logan Circle condominium building offers a total of 67 residences, with a variety of available floor plans ranging from studios to larger units of upwards of 1,000 square feet of living space.

Starting in the $300,000s, with some units priced topping $1 million, the homes range from studios to one- and two-bedroom homes. The studios offer a variety of different floor plans, depending on the location, with a living room, bath and some walk-in closets. Meanwhile, there is also the option of a one-bedroom plus a den and a two-bedroom, one-bath, as well as a two-bedroom, two-bath residence.

In addition, there are also several penthouse

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burleith dc

Sometimes called “the Village in the City”, there’s plenty to discover in Burleith, an upscale neighbor to popular Georgetown. This small, residential neighborhood may not have the swanky name, but many find it a fantastic alternative to some of its better-known, and even more expensive neighbors.

Bordered by Reservoir Road and Whitehaven Parkway, 35th Street to 39th Street, hundreds of homes first went up in Burleith between the early to late 1920s. The corner brick homes are still visible, connected via two-story row houses, with well-maintained front gardens, painted in a variety of distinguishing colors.

The remainder of the homes in Burleith, meanwhile, offer varying architectural designs, with some Tudors and other styles mostly ranging

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