City Homes Offers Ready Access to DC’s Most Exciting Destinations

Posted by Mark Washburn on Friday, August 27th, 2021 at 1:01pm.

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With ready access to some of DC’s most exciting destinations, City Homes is easily becoming one of the region’s most sought after new residential properties. This brand new, contemporary building sits in DC’s Eckington neighborhood, putting residents just minutes away from such delights as Union Market and NoMa.

Close to neighborhood parks, retailers, restaurants and public transportation too, City Homes offers both luxury and convenience for new buyers searching in this part of the District. As part of the larger Quincy Lane Project, the entire community will eventually make way for tens of thousands of square feet of retail space and four residential buildings, including the new multi-level townhomes of City Homes.

The development aims to deliver a shared street experience for local residents, businesses and neighbors. As for City Homes itself, the property provides space for just 45 residences in one-, two- and three-bedroom floor plans.

The new construction townhomes come in either two or three-level designs, allowing owners to enjoy a true separation of living and entertaining space, and even some office space, as well. With a mix of black fixtures and bright finishes, designers were able to bring a truly unique vision to life. The entire building is a collaboration between design firm Cecconi Simone and International Property Group Grosvenor.

Each of the residences comes with either a balcony or patio for private outdoor space, plus massive windows in the building allow for plenty of natural light to flow throughout the homes. Units on the fifth floor of the building include access to private roof terraces overlooking the neighborhood and Washington Monument. Some units include views that even overlook the Basilica.

To further enhance the property itself, City Homes offers a place to display three dozen works of art from local artists. The pieces are all on display in residential corridors of the building.

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