The Re-imagined Fitz Condos Give a Nod to the Roaring 20s

While The Fitz condos are certainly full of modern appeal on the inside, they also give a nod to the Roaring ‘20s. The reimagined condo building was actually built in the 1920s, then more recently renovated into modern studio, one-, and two-bedroom condos.

It’s said the property takes its inspiration, and it seems its name, from writer F Scott Fitzgerald. The author was perhaps best known for writing about the Jazz Age, and many of his most famous works were written in the 1920s.

The remade, boutique property we now call The Fitz sits in Columbia Heights, and is home to three-dozen condos, which recently hit the market. The condos are now selling and available to buyers interested in owning a slice of history, with a modern twist.

Some of the condos of The Fitz come with private outdoor space, while you’ll also find modern features and finishes, such as stainless-steel appliances, durable Calacatta Laza countertops, and white shaker cabinetry in the chef’s kitchens. You’ll also find luxury vinyl plank flooring throughout the units, except for in the bathrooms, where you’ll find striking black and white checkered tile flooring.

The units additionally include some energy-efficient light fixtures and Wi-Fi enabled, keyless entry. As for some of the amenities of The Fitz, residents have access to a yoga garden, an on-site dog park, and some bicycle storage. As well, there is some available parking at The Fitz, plus you’ll find a community laundry facility in the building, too.

Like The Fitz, the rest of the Columbia Heights neighborhood is also a testament to the past and the future. This Northwest DC neighborhood grew substantially in the early 1900s and became especially popular with the extension of the streetcar. Redevelopment occurred again in the late 1990s when a Metro station opened in the neighborhood.

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