May 2018

Found 17 blog entries for May 2018.

kipling house - 900 11th St SE DC

DC Condo Boutique team member Rachael Hesling represented the buyer of a condo at Kipling House, located at 900 11th Street SE #204, Washington, DC 20003 in the Capitol Hill neighborhood. This condo features 2 BR / 2 BA / 1,229 SF and closed on May 25th, 2018 for $815,000 / $663 SF. One parking space conveyed with this transaction.

Kipling House is a newly-built condo development located on the corner of 11th Street SE and I Street in the Capitol Hill neighborhood. This location is three blocks from Barracks Row and the Potomac Ave Metro Station. Kipling House is four-story, mid-rise building and has a total of 49 units, 23 underground parking spaces, seven surface level parking spaces and 26 bicycle spaces.

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kingman park - washington dc

A true hidden jewel of DC, the Kingman Park neighborhood offers historic properties and an active group of local residents. Mostly comprised of 1920s-era rowhouses and condos, Kingman Park was once marketed as a mostly African American community, but over the years has become more diverse.

What hasn’t changed, though, is the continued effort of locals to stand up to developers over the years, helping to maintain some of the historic charm of the original neighborhood. A thriving community by the 1930s, Kingman Park was already home by then to hundreds of residences and some newly constructed schools.

Over the decades, though, developers eyed the location for even more, including things like a new Metro station, an expanded freeway, a theme park

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eisenhower square - alexandria va

New condo options are coming to Alexandria, with sales now open for Eisenhower Square. This new development of multi-level townhomes sits just a few minutes away from the allure of Old Town, and within an easy walk of restaurants, shops and the Metro.

With 67 townhomes to choose from, the unique floor plans of this development allow for open designs, complimented by around 2,300 to 2,500 square feet of living space. Each home comes complete with at least three bedrooms and a two-car garage, as well as a loft level with private rooftop space.

Priced from the $900,000s, the townhomes of Eisenhower Square additionally feature high ceilings and sweeping, floor-to-ceiling windows, allowing for sensational views. As well, the homes also feature

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the colonnade - 2801 new mexico avenue nw dc

DC Condo Boutique team member Fleur Howgill represented the buyer of a condo at The Colonnade, located at 2801 New Mexico Avenue NW #516, Washington, DC 20007 in the Cathedral Heights neighborhood. This condo features 1 BR / 2 BA / 1,110 SF and closed on May 22nd, 2018 for $518,000 / $467 SF.

This well-renovated condo at the Colonnade features a large master suite and a smaller 2nd bedroom that can also be used as a home office. Amenities at The Colonnade include a heated pool, gym, sauna, valet parking and a doorman. The Colonnade is located at the corner of New Mexico Avenue and Tunlaw Road in the Cathedral Heights neighborhood. Residents enjoy walking and exercising in the Glover Archbold Park which is located directly across the street from The

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petworth - washington dc

A true neighborhood on the move, Petworth continues to evolve, attracting new residents, no doubt lured in by its desirable homes and friendly vibe. Over the past decade or so the neighborhood has welcomed new restaurants, condos and apartments, while at the same time retaining some of its more established roots.

This welcoming neighborhood is one of the largest in DC by size, offering up a blend of single-family homes, apartment buildings, parks, schools and commercial strips. While many of the residences in Petworth have been renovated in recent years, some of those structures are around a century old.

While you’ll still find a number of old row houses in the area, housing prices are definitely on the rise. You’ll find some with upgrades and

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m street georgetown

Georgetown’s popular M Street corridor is no longer the only option in town, as more and more foodies are starting to branch out, exploring the many new opportunities available in other DC area neighborhoods. While Georgetown boasted nearly four-dozen restaurants about a decade ago, some reports suggest that number’s now been cut in half.

While some blame rising retail rents in Georgetown as driving out some of the establishments, other DC area neighborhoods appear to be reaping the benefits of new attention. Places such as The Wharf, H Street, Logan Circle and Columbia Heights are all said to be drawing in new dining options, as are some newly emerging neighborhoods such as Brookland and Petworth.

New options for diners include Bloomingdale,

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trafalgar flats - 989 buchanan st s arlington va

Upscale, affordable living comes to South Arlington with the introduction of the Trafalgar Flats. Under construction right now, the condos went up for sale last fall, bringing the option of new construction residences to the area.

The contemporary-style building promises nearly 80 individual condos when complete, competitively priced to lure new residents to South Arlington. Priced starting from the $200,000s, a number of the condos with Trafalgar Flats are junior one-bedroom units with around 500 square feet of living space. That’s extremely affordable for the area, where traditionally condos are priced upwards of $300,000.

About half of the property, however is dedicated to slightly larger one-bedroom units, priced starting in the $300,000s.

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sotheby's auction house

The luxury condo market in DC is strong right now, and some credit that to an influx of international buyers. Real estate experts say they’ve seen a number of foreign buyers interested in the DC area as of late, especially in some of the higher end developments.

In fact, Washington DC most recently ranked as number four when it comes to foreign investment in US cities, behind only New York, Los Angeles and Seattle. Over the last year alone, foreign investors are said to have invested billions locally. Prime examples of this include the foreign partnership that purchased a DC area office building last year for roughly $1,200 per square foot, setting a new record for the area.

Also last year, a foreign investor was reportedly involved in the

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mount vernon triangle - washington dc

A short stroll from anything you need or want in the area, Mount Vernon Triangle presents the enjoyment of a true urban village. The neighborhood is a mix of old and new, with both commercial and residential space coming together to form the desirability of a mixed-use community. Housing options here range mostly from apartments to high-rise condos, mixed in with office and ground-level retail space.

The neighborhood hasn’t always looked like it does now, though. Once a thriving economic center of DC, Mount Vernon Triangle has experienced a series of ups and downs over the years.

Following rioting in the 1960s and the loss of numerous area businesses and longtime residents, the neighborhood fell into disrepair. Fast-forward a couple of decades,

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robinson landing - old town alexandria

With the luxury of a waterfront lifestyle, Robinson Landing presents an extraordinary opportunity for residents of Alexandria. The condos and town homes are right on the Old Town waterfront, with an array of added amenities that only compliment the location.

With large windows and terraces opening up to views of the nearby Potomac River, the condos are also accented by open floor plans and desirable extras. Expect to find upgraded quartz countertops and wide-plank hardwood floors throughout the homes as well as custom cabinetry in the chef’s kitchens. Options range from one- to three-bedrooms, at home within three separate buildings.

Meanwhile, the accompanying town homes of Robinson Landing feature high ceilings and some elevators, also with a

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