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the bower - 1331 4th st se dc

DC developer PN Hoffman meets The Yards with an exciting new collection of condo homes called The Bower. This new property boasts your choice of everything from a studio floor plan on up to a penthouse unit, all topping thousands of square feet of ground-level retail space and parking.

The only condos currently for sale at The Yards, The Bower brings a new sophistication to the area, with an array of inspirational designs suited to a variety of lifestyle needs. Common features and finishes of the new residences include high ceilings, wide-plank hardwood floors and walls of glass.

As well, the homes include upgraded appliances and cabinetry. In addition, some units of The Bower come complete with a private balcony for enjoying sweeping views of

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the bower - 1331 14th st se washington dc

Condos are now selling at The Yards, where plans call for bringing more than 130 new condo units to buyers with the opening of the area’s first condominium building. The Bower, which isn’t expected to officially open to residents until early next year, is already open for sales, with the option of everything from a cozy studio to a three-bedroom residence.

The sophisticated condos come in a variety of different floor plans, including several penthouse units. While the studios start at around 575 square feet of living space, the largest residences of The Bower, some of the penthouse plans, additionally offer up space for a den and upwards of 2,100 square feet of living space, in addition to large private terraces.

As well, some of the other units

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peninsula 88 - 88 v street sw dc

With the option of one- and two-bedroom condos plus penthouse units, Peninsula 88 brings a new option in waterfront living to the DC area.  This eight-story high-rise provides room for more than 100 condominium homes in an ideal setting in Buzzard Point.

Surrounded on three sides by water, Peninsula 88 offers condos ranging from around 700 square feet to some of around 1,400 square feet in size, priced starting in the $500,000s. Designed by Eric Colbert & Associates, the building backs up to Buzzard Point Marina and Buzzard Point Park, just a short walk from major redevelopment in the area.

It joins a range of exciting other projects in Buzzard Point, from the new D.C. United Stadium to additional housing and retail space at the site of the

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kramerbooks & afterwords washingotn dcPhoto: Victor Solanoy

While politics obviously play a central role for many living in DC, sometimes the real treasure of a DC lifestyle is discovering the hidden gems of some of the area’s neighborhoods. With that in mind, we’ve come up with a list of some of our favorite independent DC bookstores.

Politics & Prose

Staying with the political theme, Politics & Prose is a true Connecticut Avenue delight. Found in Chevy Chase, the bookstore commonly hosts notable authors for readings and discussions. The store additionally boasts a large section just for kids and teens, plus a friendly and helpful staff. Other locations are now open at The Wharf and a third location is coming to Union Market.

Kramerbooks & Afterwords

Kramerbooks & Afterwords

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the velocity condos dc

With your choice of a studio, one- or two-bedroom condo, The Velocity presents modern options in living within the Capitol Riverfront. The 200-unit high-rise is a newer construction addition to the neighborhood, complimenting a major revitalization project that’s brought renewed excitement to the area over the past few years.

The 14 luxurious stories of brick and glass offer up the advantage of floor-to-ceiling windows and some private balconies for admiring the vibrancy of the newly updated neighborhood. Located mere steps away from sites and attractions such as Nationals Park, the Anacostia River, unique restaurants and popular boutiques, the area joins a thriving neighborhood that’s transcending into one of the most enviable places to live, work

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the bower at the yards

Surrounded by a vibrant neighborhood filled with restaurants, shops and endless entertainment, The Bower presents a wealth of options for prospective new condo owners in the DC area. This exciting new community is coming to The Yards, the very first condo development slated for the riverfront area.

The sophisticated condos range from studios and one-bedrooms on up to two-bedrooms and even penthouse units, with a number of different floor plans to appeal to new buyers. Prices start in the mid $300,000s, with some of the penthouse units commanding prices starting at around $1.5 million. The contemporary-style, glass and brick building will offer more than 130 separate condos when finished, with delivery of the building set for early 2019.

The

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washington navy yard

It goes by many names, the Near Southeast, the Capitol Riverfront or even the ballpark neighborhood after Nationals Park, but to many who’ve grown up in the DC area, the site will forever be the Navy Yard neighborhood. Historic, yet brimming with new development, the area is alive with possibility, from new residential buildings to offices and retail space.

Found right along the Anacostia River, to the south of Capitol Hill, the Navy Yard gets its name, appropriately enough, from the old Navy ordnance plant and shipyard. Still home to naval operations, the Navy Yard played a part in defending the capital during the War of 1812 and the Civil War.

The earliest industrial neighborhood in Washington, the Navy Yard was eventually added to the

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nationals park capitol riverfront

Noted by some as the DC area’s fastest growing neighborhood, the Capitol Riverfront is beginning to take shape, coming alive with new housing, retail and office space. Once known best as the Navy Yard, neighborhood redevelopment really began to kick off in the late 2000s with the opening of Nationals Park and is translating into additional development of mixed-used projects, including offices, apartments, restaurants and stores.

At build-out, it’s estimated that the Capitol Riverfront will offer 37 million square feet of residential, retail and office space, along with four parks. Currently the neighborhood offers a much smaller percentage of that, yet commands more affordable office rental rates than the downtown area.

Such big names as the

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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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nationals park - dc capitol riverfront neighborhood   

The Capitol Riverfront neighborhood in DC has become one of the hottest neighborhoods in the city.  It features one-and-a-half miles of prime riverfront property stretching north to the U.S. Capitol.  The vibrant, new mixed-use community and riverfront destination has made it!  Thanks to baseball, the area around the Washington Nationals ballpark is transforming and seeing a rise in real estate development.  The area has turned into a desirable, and thriving, neighborhood, since the Metrorail Green Line opened its Navy Yard Metro Station in the 1990s.  Ever since, the U.S. Navy and the Department of Transportation have moved its federal workers to new headquarters in the Navy Yard complex.  Retail and other services soon followed.

The Capitol

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