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C & O Canal Georgetown

A study is now underway to reimagine a one-mile stretch of the Georgetown Canal. Right now designers are working with the National Park Service and Georgetown Heritage, a local nonprofit, to gain input from the public, asking area residents and city leaders for ideas, while offering some conceptual elements of their own.

Project goals include not only improving access to the canal for everyone, but also repairing some of the infrastructure. Designers also hope to preserve and highlight the canal’s historical significance while at the same time giving people a place to take a leisurely stroll.

At a recent public meeting designers presented their findings, while those in attendance expressed the importance of preserving nature and green space

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georgetown madelon - 3251 prospect st nw dc

A gem of a property, The  Georgetown Madelon remains one of the best options in condo living, on Prospect Street NW, right in the heart of Georgetown. First delivered in the mid 2000s after an extensive renovation of the former building, the nearly three-dozen units of The Madelon are noted for their floor-to-ceiling windows and an exceptional address.

With admirable amenities, the building’s rooftop deck and swimming pool overlook the surrounding Georgetown area, providing exceptional city views from every angle. With plenty of space to soak up the sun, relax, or entertain friends and guests, the building also includes its own theater, available for private screenings.

Many residents of the building additionally enjoy their own private outdoor

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montrose walk dc

DC Condo Boutique team member Sharon Wildberger represented the buyer of a Montrose Walk condo located at 3012 R Street NW #1/2, Washington, DC 20007 in the Georgetown neighborhood. This condo features 2 BR / 1.5 BA / 1,003 SF and closed on February 24th, 2017 for $815,000 / $813 SF.

This newly renovated condo lives like a town home and offers soaring ceilings and stunning natural light. Modern conveniences include a deck for al fresco entertaining, laundry facilities and shared extra storage. The pet-friendly Montrose Walk is located in Georgetown’s East Village directly across the street from Dumbarton Oaks Park.

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 C & O Canal Georgetown

From upscale homes and shops to fine dining and picturesque views, there’s plenty to explore in the charming Georgetown Historic District. Dating back to the mid 1700s and named to honor King George II, Georgetown traces its roots back to tobacco and as a prosperous shipping center, eventually growing into one of the most fashionable areas in the capital.

Noted on the National Register of Historic Places, the district is home to some of the city’s oldest buildings, with architectural styles ranging from Queen Anne and Greek Revival to Federal and Classical Revival. To this day landmarks such as the Tudor Place Historic House & Garden welcome visitors with guided tours. There are also plenty of 18th and 19th century mansions to take in, as well as

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Filled with upscale restaurants, stores, historic buildings and high-end real estate, Georgetown easily maintains its reputation as one of DC’s most elite neighborhoods. From meticulously restored row houses that date back to the 1800s to multi-million dollar homes with expansive river views, Georgetown rivals even some of the most exclusive communities of the entire region, complimented by pedestrian-friendly streets and impressive selections in homes and condos.

Bordered by the Potomac River on the southern side, Rock Creek to the east and Georgetown University on the western edge, Georgetown is home to newly developed condominiums and redeveloped row houses as well as a unique blend of Federal, Georgian, Queen Anne style and Romanesque

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dc gondola

Local leaders are soaring to potentially new heights in efforts to ease transportation woes from Georgetown to Rosslyn. One high-flying idea is to install a gondola high above the Potomac River, potentially significantly easing up on traffic along Key Bridge. It’s an idea that was first brought up three years ago but is now getting more careful consideration due to a feasibility study expected to be out this fall.

While some have brushed off the idea as being too far fetched, supporters entertain that gondolas have become more and more popular around the globe, less expensive and less time consuming than perhaps constructing another Metro station for commuters. They point to the number of buses, thousands of vehicles and heavy foot traffic as

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Sheridan Garage - 2516 Q St NW Washington, DC

Sheridan Garage is a boutique luxury condo building in Georgetown interestingly transformed from a unique historic parking garage. The 34 high-end residential units in the contemporary condominium are in the tony Georgetown neighborhood of DC in the heart of Georgetown’s East Village section. Located at 2516 Q Street, NW, residents of Sheridan Garage have a short walk to M Street and Wisconsin Avenue filled with restaurants and shops; Rock Creek Park; and Dupont Circle Metro Station on the Red Line.

The leafy residential area is home to the original shell of the garage that is now the façade for Sheridan Garage. The original garage was completed in 1923, and serviced and stored early-model cars dating to that era. The metal letters spelling out

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The Flour Mill Georgetown

Flour Mill residents enjoy a central world-class Georgetown address and waterfront location.  A long time ago, dating from the late 1700s, flour, paper, and textile mills were built along the Potomac River in Georgetown.  Today, they house condos that were constructed in 1985 but still retain their names, Flour Mill and Paper Mill.  The Flour Mill stands 8-stories tall with 59 condos; the building has a red brick structure yet modern floor plans.  Many units have large private outdoor terraces with amazing views overlooking the Potomac River or the C&O Canal.  

The best of DC is at your doorstep as Georgetown is a walker’s dream.  It is also a quick access to the Clara Barton Parkway, Whitehurst Parkway and Virginia.  The closest Metro Station is Foggy

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Some of DC’s most recognizable landmarks are captured on film.  DC is no stranger to Hollywood movies.  The classical Revival-style Northumberland condos have been spotted in several movies: a 1987 film by Francis Ford Coppola in “Gardens of Stone” and in 1994, in Harrison Ford’s film, “Clear and Present Danger.”  The building was also the home for William Hurt’s character in the 1987 Oscar-winning film, “Broadcast News.”  Formerly the luxury Northumberland Apartments, the building was developed by one of DC’s premier real estate developers, Harry Wardman, who was responsible for constructing this building in 1909 on a diagonal avenue on New Hampshire Avenue NW between U and V Streets.

The historic Northumberland building located at 2039 New Hampshire

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Hands down, we’ve found the best bike trail in the country!  The Capital Crescent Trail, a beloved former rail trail is today a multi-use off-road path between Georgetown and Silver Spring, Maryland built atop an old abandoned B & O railway in the 1990s.  Today, it’s the most popular rail trail in the United States.  At 11 miles long, it is the most noticeably used rail trail in the U.S., running from Georgetown in DC through Bethesda, Maryland, to Silver Spring, Maryland.  More than 1 million joggers, cyclists, walkers and rollerbladers use the Capital Crescent Trail each year for recreation and also commuting to work.  It has been designated as one of “21 great places that show how transportation can enliven a community” by the Project for Public

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