Once the site of a major department store, Cityline at Tenley now offers the best of both worlds, a mixed-use development with Upper Northwest side convenience. First constructed in the early 1940s, the building now boasts more than 200 condo units and tens of thousands of square feet of retail space, with the residential units and retailers first opening up in the mid 2000s.
Retailers such as the Container Store, Ace Hardware and Best Buy are at home in the development, along with the convenience of hundreds of parking spaces. As well, the project sits just across the street from additional restaurants and retailers, including a Whole Foods Market.
Along with the convenience of doing your shopping just steps away from home, the development also features its own fully equipped fitness center, and residents enjoy the ease of concierge services, 24-hours a day. Underground parking is available for an additional monthly fee, while two landscaped courtyards provide enviable outdoor space, in an urban environment, with some of the most popular units overlooking this amenity. Built atop the Tenley Metro Station, Cityline offers a prime location for new condo buyers, with some of the most convenient Metro access of anywhere in the area.
The units within the six-story development range from a 450 square foot one-bedroom to a three-bedroom penthouse unit, topping 1,500 square feet in size. With floor to ceiling windows, the modernly appointed condos are both stylish and contemporary. Common features of the homes include granite countertops in the kitchens and hardwoods in the main living areas of the units.
The sleek development is part of a community mostly known for its 1920s and 1930s-style homes, now with a handful of newer condo developments to choose from, including Cityline at Tenley, and the potential for new growth and development in the near future.