Emblem at Barracks Row Now Selling

Posted by Mark Washburn on Monday, April 16th, 2018 at 10:28am.

emblem at barracks row - 801 Virginia Ave, SE Washington, DC 20003

New condos are now selling in the Barracks Row neighborhood of Capitol Hill, where a brand new condo building is already gaining more and more interest. When complete, the Emblem at Barracks Row development will provide for 20 new condos in the area, topping retail space.

Condos within the planned property include one-bedroom floor plans as well as some one-bedrooms plus a den and some two-bedroom penthouse units. A majority of those penthouse units will additionally include the luxury of a second story loft along with a terrace, serving up sensational views of the Washington Monument and the Capitol Building.

Supplemented by high-end finishes and features such as Bosch appliances and quartz countertops, new buyers can also expect to find floor-to-ceiling windows and laminate hardwoods throughout the homes. As well, the condos will also feature several other modern inclusions and contemporary-style additions. Featured amenities within the property range from bike storage and a package concierge to the opportunity to separately purchase individual parking.

Priced starting at just under $400,000, the condos of Emblem at Barracks Row are part of a four-story building planned for construction at Virginia Avenue SE, between 8th and 9th streets. A location in the busy commercial strip of Barracks Row puts future residents close to several area restaurants and within an easy walk of the waterfront and a number of Metro stations.

The location also makes it easy for new residents to visit neighboring Navy Yard. The historic area is currently in the midst of a major redevelopment, as new offices, residential units and retailers join with public parks to revitalize and reenergize the community. Emblem at Barracks Row is simply one of the newest planned additions for the area, aiming to bridge Barracks Row with Navy Yard, and sure to create even more interest in this area of Capitol Hill.

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