Q14 Wows with Roomy Outdoor Terraces

While a bit reminiscent of a Rubik’s cube in terms of its overall design, the Q14 condo building really wows when it comes to its roomy outdoor terraces. This modern condo building was uniquely constructed of a taller core, surrounded by two interlocking portions, glass bays and corners.

The overall look may resemble a popular toy, but you don’t have to solve any puzzles to live at Q14. Instead, you only need to make a choice between one of the spacious private residences. 

The Q14 building offers seven floors and 28 private homes. The units come in one-, two-, and three-bedroom layouts, in either a flat, or a multi-level design.

Buyers can expect to find shaded private terraces on the outside, as well as some wrap-around windows, allowing plenty of natural light to flow throughout the homes. You will also find contemporary kitchens with top appliances and granite countertops, as well as heated hardwood floors with the units of Q14.

The corner penthouse units of Q14 are even more impressive, as they come with 800 square foot terraces, glass walls, and floating stairs. You will also find wood burning fireplaces and sweeping 19-foot ceilings with the penthouse units of Q14.

Even some of the smaller units in the building have access to additional outside space, as there’s a common roof deck available to all residents of Q14. Additionally, the pet-friendly building offers a club room and some extra storage space, as well as garage parking and a bike room.

Completed in the mid 2000s, yet another advantage of living at Q14 is its location. The building sits conveniently close to fitness centers, a Whole Foods Market, plus several restaurants and bars in Logan Circle. While the neighborhood does not have its own Metro station, you’ll find several others nearby for an easier commute.

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