Stylish Quincy Lane is the New Epicenter of DC
Considered by many to be the new epicenter of DC, stylish Quincy Lane is already bringing new energy to the area. This new, pedestrian-centric section of DC offers chic new townhomes, condos, and apartments, as well as some new retail space.
With four buildings making up the development, Quincy Lane contains some new residential options as well as tens of thousands of square feet of commercial space lining a shared, pedestrian-centric street. The newly developed area is home to a new climbing gym and Union Kitchen.
City Homes is the area’s new townhome community. A two-level townhome in the area contains two-bedrooms, 2.5-baths, and around 1,200 square feet of living space plus a terrace.
A three-level townhome in the development contains three-bedrooms, 3.5-baths, and around 1,400 square feet of living space, plus multiple terraces. Another option for buyers is 1625 Eckington.
Buyers at 1625 Eckington will find condos with high ceilings, polished hardwoods, and floor-to-ceiling windows. The property also includes a hosting kitchen, a terrace and swimming pool, a fitness center, a lounge area, plus a garage and bike room.
Judd & Weiler at Quincy Lane is the area’s new apartment community. Residents of the rental apartments are offered access to a fitness center, club room and game room, plus a rooftop pool terrace and a courtyard for grilling and lounge space.
Quincy Lane is part of one of DC’s oldest neighborhoods. Along with all the new development, the Eckington neighborhood also boasts some historic Victorian homes.
The new homes and retailers of Quincy Lane sit close to a Metro station for added convenience, plus the new urban Metropolitan Branch Trail for outdoor recreation. In addition, the area is extremely close to the new Alethia Tanner Park for green space in DC. The park includes an off-leash dog park and some plaza areas.