May 2013

Found 13 blog entries for May 2013.

A vibrant neighborhood has sprung up in Columbia Heights amid a cluster of independent businesses, including hip clubs; wine bars; sidewalk patio dining; and indie movie cinemas.  This new hip strip features a cluster of independent businesses, re-vitalizing the stretch of 11th Street in the heart of Columbia Heights.  With the Columbia Heights Metro Station in the neighborhood, an influx of retail development and luxury condos, Columbia Heights has become a trendy new neighborhood where charmingly traditional meets the latest urban planning.

As a dynamically evolving neighborhood with new venues for performing arts and eateries, Columbia Heights has more than exciting new businesses.  Row houses and condominiums are situated on historic sites where you

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DC Condo Boutique team member Mansour Abu-Rahmeh represented the buyer of a condo at The Villaggio located at 1425 Euclid Street NW #3 in DC's Columbia Heights Neighborhood.  This condo featured 2 BR / 2 BA / 1,003 SF and a private balcony. This unit sold on April 29th, 2013 for $525,000 / $523 SF.

The Villaggio was designed by architectural firm Bonstra Haresign and was delivered by Bogdan Builders in 2004.  The Villaggio features a peaceful central courtyard and was built on a hillside setting offering stunning District views from many vantage points in the building.

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Crestwood is a tranquil neighborhood in DC’s Gold Coast, an upscale entirely residential community that is nestled between upper 16th Street and Rock Creek Park.  It sits near some of the city’s more popular neighborhoods, yet is distinctly quieter since there is almost no thru-traffic.  Crestwood is a neighborhood with green lawns, flowering bushes, expensive houses and quiet streets located north of Columbia Heights and Mount Pleasant.

Crestwood was originally a 300-acre estate purchased by a single owner in 1720.  In the 20th century, the area began to see single-family home development.  It lies west of 16th Street and bordered on all three sides by Rock Creek Park hiking and biking trails.  Most of the houses sit on big, leafy lots.

While many of the

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