City Center Full of Energy in the Penn Quarter

Posted by Mark Washburn on Monday, August 8th, 2016 at 8:08am.

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The exciting new luxury development of CityCenterDC is packed with energy, bringing condominiums, retailers, restaurants, offices and even a hotel into one convenient location. This intriguing downtown Washington DC neighborhood offers a full ten-acres of space for neighbors to live, work and connect with an excess of outdoor space to enjoy.

Spread across three city blocks at the site of the old Washington Convention Center, the massive, mixed-use development now boasts seven buildings, a plaza, a park and underground parking. Two residential towers are a part of this, bringing more than 200 sleek condominiums to the area, all including their own private balcony or terrace. With floor-to-ceiling windows residents can bask in the beauty of the surroundings, with impressive downtown city views from every angle.

The convenient location only adds to the energy of the community, just a short stroll from two busy subway stations, offering direct access to some of the DC area’s best museums, galleries, theaters, shopping and more. As well, the location is also within a short walk of the popular Verizon Center, giving residents easy access to professional sports and major names in entertainment in the DC region. Once described as a major key to moving the city’s energy from the Mall to the downtown area, it’s clearly evident that the plan is already accomplishing this and much more.

Regarded by some as one of the nation’s largest downtown projects, CityCenterDC is transforming downtown from simply concrete buildings to more modern designs, filled with high-end stores and exciting restaurants plus new homes and relaxing outdoor space. Originally pegged to reshape downtown Washington, the appealing new development is now invigorating Penn Quarter with a new energy as new and old DC residents come together to transform downtown into a new and exciting destination for living, working and playing.

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