July 2016

Found 15 blog entries for July 2016.

the sanctuary dc

Dating back to the late 1800s and gingerly restored to compliment historic features and elements, a former Capitol Hill church has now been reinvented into a total of 30 condominium homes currently up for sale. With Gothic Revival architecture intact, the 19th century building retains some of its most unique features, like grand stained glass windows, exposed brick walls and cast-iron columns.

The sophisticated residences effortlessly blend the old with the new, including up to 20-foot high ceilings and 15-foot windows, plus imported Italian stone countertops, wide plank wood flooring and solid wood doors. The one-bedroom, two-bedroom and two-bedroom plus a den units all range from around 550 square feet to more than 2,300 square feet in size. The

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The One-Five - 1500 Pennsylvania Avenue SE Washington DC

With sweeping Capitol views, private outdoor space and open floor plans a new option in Hill East living emerges within spectacular One-Five. Units are now for sale within this new development of 41-condominium homes situated along Pennsylvania Avenue.

The four-story building offers a modern design, with large windows made to compliment the surrounding community and all of its abundant offerings. With crisp, clean lines and neutral accents, the homes are constructed to appeal to your own individual style, made even more desirable by the convenience of the neighborhood. From the white kitchen cabinets to the light wood flooring the homes allow for limitless appeal.

Offering your choice of junior one-bedroom units, one-bedroom units, one-bedroom

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the warder dc

Once the site of a century-old hilltop mansion the reimagined homes of The Warder are now for sale in Park View. This stunning property has been renovated allowing for the addition of 13 condominium homes within the original structure, each with at least 1,000 square feet of luxurious living space. These creative properties come in either two-bedroom, two-bedroom plus a den or three-bedroom units, each with at least two-baths and priced starting in the low $600,000s.

With tall ceilings, private outdoor space and even rooftop decks the unique homes also offer the inclusion of natural hickory flooring, exposed brick walls preserved from the existing building and clean, modern lines. Additionally, the homes come complete with vintage lighting,

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beach drive washington dc

Beach Drive is about to get a much-needed upgrade, but it could mean up to three years before we’ll see the real benefit of the entire improved roadwork. For years road crews have continually dealt with repairing potholes and making patches to the main roadway through the Rock Creek Park area, costing the National Park Service tens of thousands of dollars every year. In fact, it’s been two-and-a-half decades since the road has had any significant improvements, though that’s all about to change.

Right after Labor Day crews plan to start the massive reconstruction project, eventually restoring a total of six bridges, improving and widening the walking and biking paths, replacing streetlights and traffic signals and bringing in raised pavement

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dc gondola

Local leaders are soaring to potentially new heights in efforts to ease transportation woes from Georgetown to Rosslyn. One high-flying idea is to install a gondola high above the Potomac River, potentially significantly easing up on traffic along Key Bridge. It’s an idea that was first brought up three years ago but is now getting more careful consideration due to a feasibility study expected to be out this fall.

While some have brushed off the idea as being too far fetched, supporters entertain that gondolas have become more and more popular around the globe, less expensive and less time consuming than perhaps constructing another Metro station for commuters. They point to the number of buses, thousands of vehicles and heavy foot traffic as

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wesley heights

Sophisticated yet peaceful, Wesley Heights emerges as one of Northwest Washington’s premiere cosmopolitan family neighborhoods. A perfect blend of suburban and city living, the community now includes an interesting mix of older homes and newer styles.

Originally built up in the 1920s and 1930s as one of the earliest planned neighborhoods in the nation, complete with a community clubhouse and streetcar, Wesley Heights is now lined with tall trees, sidewalks and surrounded by the running, biking and hiking trails of nearby Glover Archbold Park and Battery Kemble Park. As well, the neighborhood is simply a short stroll away from the various shops and dining options of New Mexico Avenue.

The area bounded by Glover Archbold Park in the south,

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southwest waterfront washington dc

While the Southwest Waterfront of today is regarded as an emerging world-class waterfront, soon to be filled with a blend of stunning outdoor space, sophisticated nightlife and teeming with cultural attractions, the waterfront of yesteryear was known for a much different reason.

Housing some of the city’s oldest buildings, including townhouses dating back to the late 1700s and the US Army post of Fort McNair, the end of the Civil War led to a more diverse neighborhood of lower-income homes, mixed in with a smaller selection of large homes and thriving commercial businesses. By the 1950s city planners came up with a somewhat controversial plan of urban renewal, razing many of the old buildings, eventually bringing in modern architecture including

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elysium logan condos

A vacant lot will soon be transformed into dozens of luxury condominium homes in the 14th Street Historic District. Construction is now underway for Elysium Logan, a planned eight-story development currently being constructed between two existing apartment buildings in Logan Circle, close to the corner of Rhode Island Avenue and 14th Street.

When completed in about a year the project will house 32 individual units, of one-, two- and three-bedrooms, all ranging in size, with some including upwards of more than 2,000 square feet of living space, offering options for growing families, singles and couples wishing to downsize from their current accommodations.

With only four units on each floor of the building, the development also includes three

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the montage - 4326 georgia avenue nw washington dc

The Montage is a sleek and stylish four-story condominium building located at 4326 Georgia Avenue, NW in Petworth. Delivered in 2016, the Montage North features nine one and two bedroom residences that combine the comforts of home with all of the modern conveniences buyers have come to expect. The well appointed kitchens feature Silestone quartz countertop islands and stainless steel appliances designed to bring out the master chef in any prospective buyer. Tankless water heaters, engineered hardwood flooring throughout, and Nest thermostats appeal to the environmentally conscious and techie alike. Amenities include a rooftop deck from which to take in the neighborhood vibe.

The Montage is a 10-minute walk to the Georgia Avenue-Petworth Metro

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pleasant plains washington dc

While sometimes confused with Columbia Heights, Pleasant Plains is much more than just another central Washington neighborhood, it offers a true sense of community from the homes to nearby Howard University and more. Once mostly farmland, this urban area just to the west of McMillan Reservoir stretches about a mile-and-a-half along Georgia Avenue, and about a half-mile wide.

Lined with two-level row houses the neighborhood is also noted for a number of renovated older homes and emerging condominiums, sold in recent years or currently priced from the high $100,000s to well over one-million. As varied as the neighborhood is, together area residents have joined together to beautify and pay tribute to the unique surroundings, adding local artwork to

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