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Before you head out to countless open houses, spend some time browsing the DC Condo Boutique. Our goal is to provide meaningful information about the popular DC neighborhoods to assist in identifying the right one for you. Within each of the featured neighborhoods, you can use this site to virtually visit hundreds of condos and homes from the comfort of your couch or desk!

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Welcome To An Elegant And Newly Renovated 4 Lev...

REDUCED 4% Photo of Listing #DCDC468030

$1,825,000 Active

  • 6 Beds
  • 5 Baths
  • 0.06 Acres
  • 3,200 ft²

Residential

2829 29th St Nw, Washington, DC

MLS® #DCDC468030

Welcome To An Elegant And Newly Renovated 4 Level Home Built In 1923. This 5/6 Bedroom, 5 Bath Home Has Fabulous Interior Natural Light, Wonderful Exterior Views Of The Swiss Embassy Grounds And Is Just 1.5 Blocks To The Woodley Park Metro. The Owner Has C...

Stunning High Floor, Corner Condo With Windows ...

Photo of Listing #DCDC470184

$799,000 Active

  • 3 Beds
  • 2 Baths
  • 1,349 ft²

Residential

915 E St Nw #1015, Washington, DC

MLS® #DCDC470184

Stunning High Floor, Corner Condo With Windows At Every Turn In Penn Quarter! A Large, Open Plan Living And Dining Room Opens To The Gourmet Kitchen, Featuring Stainless Steel Appliance Suite, Granite Counters, And Breakfast Bar. A Spacious Den Off The Main...

Perfectly Renovated 5 Bed/4.5 Bath Stanton Park...

NEW Photo of Listing #DCDC475130

$1,800,000 Active

  • 5 Beds
  • Baths
  • 0.02 Acres
  • 2,896 ft²

Residential

622 Maryland Ave Ne, Washington, DC

MLS® #DCDC475130

Perfectly Renovated 5 Bed/4.5 Bath Stanton Park Home Boasts Modern Upgrades That Honor Its Early 20th Century History. An Open Plan Reception Floor Features A Large Living And Dining Area Unified By Wood Floors, A Cozy Wood Burning Fireplace, And Flooded Wi...

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Kennedy on L Under Construction

A new luxury condo development is under construction right now in the Capitol Riverfront neighborhood. Kennedy on L will eventually offer up dozens of new condos in your choice of a one- or two-bedroom design. The 11-story building is a product of DBT Development and Red Ace Capital. When finished, the building will house 74 private condos and plenty of desirable shared amenities in a prime location. Priced starting in the $300,000s, the condos of Kennedy on L are being marketed as ... Read More

Tysons vs. Tysons Corner

Photo: BeyondDC It’s been up for debate for years, but it seems the Tysons Corner Metro Station may be the latest to drop “Corner” from its name. The Fairfax County Board of Supervisors recently announced plans to refresh the station’s identity by simply rebranding it Tysons. It’s not the first time the issue has come up. The “Corner” name has been attached to not only a Metro stop but also countless road signs, marquees and business cards in years past. Nearly a decade ago the U.S. ... Read More

Crystal City BID Has a New Name

Locals may still refer to the separate neighborhoods of Crystal City, Potomac Yard and Pentagon City individually, but the Crystal City Business Improvement District now officially has a new, more cohesive name. The old Crystal City BID is now known as National Landing BID. Along with its new name, the BID also has a new logo and a newly rebranded website. The logo is reflective of the area, with yellow, blue and green colors to reference area parks and green space, as well as the nea... Read More

McLean Gardens: Urban Amenities in a Park-like Setting

For urban amenities in a park-like setting, McLean Gardens delivers an exceptional setting for buyers interested in living in Northwest Washington. Originally built as temporary federal housing during World War II, to this day its considered one of the most coveted addresses in the DC area. After serving its original role, McLean Gardens was later sold, managed as a rental property, and then eventually converted to condos in the early 1980s. At nearly two-dozen acres in size, the wood... Read More

Little Village in the City: Woodley Park

Photo: BeyondDC As its own little village in the city, Woodley Park offers up a range of options to its residents. It’s the kind of place that boasts the convenience of a city lifestyle, with the added advantage of plenty of nearby green space and a quiet setting. Found to the north of Dupont Circle, Woodley Park is perhaps most notably bordered by Rock Creek Park and the National Zoo. The location makes it just as easy to enjoy the miles of nearby biking and jogging trails as it is to... Read More

Cleveland Park’s Hidden Historic District

Showcasing decades of growth and development, Cleveland Park’s hidden historic district presents a full range of homes and buildings, some of which can be dated back to the late 1800s and turn of the century. That’s when electric streetcars first began connecting up Cleveland Park to downtown, and neighborhood growth really began to take off. Spurred by its new status as a streetcar suburb, Cleveland Park grew rapidly. Historians suspect a number of homes in Cleveland Park may have be... Read More

Burleith-- Hip Baby Brother to Georgetown

It may not have the name recognition as neighboring Georgetown, but some might say Burleith is Georgetown’s hip baby brother. If you enjoy the offerings and convenience of Georgetown, the completely residential neighborhood of Burleith provides a seemingly more modest, and slightly more affordable alternative to its pricey neighbor. Unlike the Victorian row houses of Georgetown and Dupont Circle, you’ll often find brick houses on corner lots, with modest, yet distinguishable, row hous... Read More

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Listing information last updated on July 13th, 2020 at 8:06am EDT.