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residences at citycenter dc

The exciting new luxury development of CityCenterDC is packed with energy, bringing condominiums, retailers, restaurants, offices and even a hotel into one convenient location. This intriguing downtown Washington DC neighborhood offers a full ten-acres of space for neighbors to live, work and connect with an excess of outdoor space to enjoy.

Spread across three city blocks at the site of the old Washington Convention Center, the massive, mixed-use development now boasts seven buildings, a plaza, a park and underground parking. Two residential towers are a part of this, bringing more than 200 sleek condominiums to the area, all including their own private balcony or terrace. With floor-to-ceiling windows residents can bask in the beauty of the

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Wealth in DC combined with enviable demographics explodes with endless possibility for luring upscale DC metro area residents.  While Friendship Heights---the neighborhood bordering Maryland and DC---has long been a bastion of luxury shopping in DC, newcomer CityCenter DC arrived downtown last year with a splash and has opened a group of high-end shops that will keep the well-to-do happy without having to make a pilgrimage to New York City or possibly even Friendship Heights.  High-fashion designer Dior has a store in Friendship Heights and plans to open one at CityCenter, so Friendship Heights may soon start to experience an exodus of exclusive international and fashion lines as they move further down Wisconsin Avenue to closer-in downtown.

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U.S. Attorney General Eric Holder will soon be moving into a $1.5 million condo at the upscale Residences at CityCenter in the Penn Quarter neighborhood.  A 6-block walk from his office on Pennsylvania Avenue, NW, Attorney General Holder will be a neighbor to Senator Claire McCaskill (D-Mo) and her husband, who paid $2.7 million for their condo.  CityCenter is the latest brand new high-end condo project in downtown DC.    The upscale mixed-use development will feature retail on the ground floor, and condos above.

Sales have been strong at CityCenter located on 9th and H Streets, NW, the former home to the previous convention center.  Condos at CityCenter range in price from $417,000 to $1.7 million, although Sen. McCaskill’s $2.7 million condo is

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Who wouldn’t want to live next door to a U.S. Senator?  Among the political elite in DC, one of the most powerful members of Congress, Senator Claire McCaskill (D-MO) bought a $2.7 million condo in early February at the Residences at CityCenter.  McCaskill and her husband will soon move into the tony mixed-use development in in the Penn Quarter.

Units have ranged from $417,000 to $1.7 million and Sen. McCaskill’s sale is the priciest condo unit to sell to date at the upscale Residences at CityCenter.  More than 50 condos have sold so far out of 216 in this brand new mixed-use development.  McCaskill and her husband have sold their previous Washington condominium on Massachusetts Avenue, NW, which they bought for $700,000 in 2007.  She made a big gain

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DC Condo Boutique team member Mansour Abu-Rahmeh represented the buyer of a new construction condo at CityCenter, located at 925 H Street NW #1004, Washington, DC 20001 in DC's Penn Quarter neighborhood.  This unit features 2 BR / 2 BA / 1,202 SF.  It closed on February 6th, 2013 for $1,070,000 / $890 SF.

This brand new unit featured modern European finishes including Molteni Cabinets and closets, Grohe Faucets, Bosch and Miele Appliances. Building amenities at the Residences at CityCenter include 24-hour security, concierge, fitness center, yoga studio, resident lounge and a guest suite in a location just three blocks from the Metro.

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DC Condo Boutique team member Donna Mank represented the buyer of a condo at the Residences at CityCenter, located at 920 I Street NW #604, Washington, DC 20005 in DC's Penn Quarter neighborhood.  This unit features 1 BR / 1.5 BA / 905 SF.  It closed on January 16, 2014 for $617,000 / $682 SF.

This brand new unit featured modern European finishes including Molteni Cabinets and closets, Grohe Faucets, Bosch and Miele Appliances. Building amenities at the Residences at CityCenter include 24-hour security, concierge, fitness center, yoga studio, resident lounge and a guest suite in a location just three blocks from the Metro.

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On the site of DC’s former Convention Center, CityCenter brings the sophistication of modern city living to the heart of downtown DC in a nearly $1 billion mixed-use project near the White House.  The downtown development, upon completion, will offer a pedestrian-friendly living/shopping/office complex in the middle of DC’s commercial, cultural, arts, and entertainment center.  Located within a couple of blocks of 2 popular Metro stations (Metro Center and Gallery Place) and the new Walter E. Washington Convention Center, Phase I of this development includes 2 condominium buildings, 2 apartment buildings and 2 office buildings with retail stores on the street level as well as an underground parking garage for residents.

Expected to fully open on

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Steps away from the White House and the museums on the National Mall is an area in DC called the “Golden Triangle.”  This stretch of 43 blocks is prime DC real estate where businesses thrive due to a constant stream of workers, residents and visitors.  The Golden Triangle runs from 16th Street to New Hampshire Avenue, N.W. and Dupont Circle to Pennsylvania Avenue, N.W.  The Golden Triangle is known as both a neighborhood and business improvement district that encompasses most of DC’s central business district. 

In addition to businesses and top office space, there is an extraordinary abundance of restaurants representing cuisines from all over the world.  Seven of the top restaurants listed in the Washingtonian’s 100 Best Restaurants 2012 guide are in

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DC comes in at #7 in a list of the 10 most walkable cities and neighborhoods in the U.S.  The list, put together by Walk Score, measures how walkable a city is based on access to public transportation, commute times, bike friendliness and proximity to amenities.  DC’s most walkable neighborhoods, according to Walk Score, include Dupont Circle, Logan Circle, Downtown, Chinatown, and the U Street Corridor.

DC’s transit score, graded by how well a location is served by public transportation, ranks 4th on the national ranking of major cities across the country.  DC only trails New York, San Francisco, and Boston.  In addition, DC comes in at #6 for bike friendliness---measured by whether a city is good for biking.  A bike-friendly city is defined by its bike

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As the Residences at CityCenter construction continues to progress, it now easy to visualize the stunning views from the now in place balconies at this development.  With retail on the ground floor along H and 9th Streets, residents relaxing in their balconies above will enjoy a dynamic view of the streetscape down below.

Our team is very excited about this transforming development and are pleased that several clients that have toured the model center have decided to make the Residences at CityCenter their new home.  Key drivers for our clients making the decision to move forward have been the high quality of the unit finishes, the convenience of the location and all the exciting dining, entertainment and retail venues that have committed to the

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