City Homes Offer Multi-level Views
For multi-level views, new construction and a low-maintenance lifestyle, City Homes ticks off all the boxes. As DC’s newest townhome community, City Homes in Eckington brings a new round of residential possibilities to those searching for a new place to call home in Northeast Washington.
Sales of the new construction units opened in September. Already, about one-third of the nearly four-dozen townhouse-style condos have already sold, and new residents will be moving in soon.
A majority of the available floor plans consist of two- and three-bedroom layouts, but there is also a one-bedroom floor plan. While most of the units are spread across two floors, the penthouse units of City Homes have three levels. Each residence comes with some private outdoor space.
Buyers can also expect to find things like quartz countertops, double ovens and gas cooktops. The primary baths come with a deep soaking tub and a frameless shower.
The interiors of the contemporary homes are designed by Cecconi Simone. Paintings and other artwork adore the building’s corridors.
The units of City Homes start priced in the high $600,000s. A penthouse unit starts priced just under $1 million. The floor plans typically range from around 950 square feet to some units topping 1,400 square feet.
City Homes is one of three residential communities that make up the new Quincy Lane development. This mixed-use site will eventually house residences, shops and restaurants, connected by a cobblestone street open to pedestrians.
Some of the businesses already open in the area include an indoor rock-climbing gym and a commercial kitchen. City Homes sits about a half-mile away from Union Market and even closer to the Metropolitan Branch Trail. It is also a few miles from Nationals Park, close to Union Station and across the street from Alethia Tanner Park. Many buses serve the surrounding neighborhood.