Tribeca Offers Urban Appeal

For a new construction condo with urban appeal, consider taking your home search to Tribeca. Situated on the edge of DC’s trendy NoMa neighborhood, the 14-story building is home to nearly 100 residences, many of which come with private outdoor space.

The location is definitely part of the new building’s appeal, as living in NoMa means living close to area restaurants, shops, museums, and entertainment options. The area really started growing after a Red Line stop opened in the neighborhood, which now sits less than two blocks away from the new condo building.

For added convenience, a Harris Teeter and a Trader Joe’s are also located a short distance away. Even if you need to venture a bit farther away, it’s easy when you live in a place like Tribeca, with convenient access to public transportation.

While a majority of the units of Tribeca offer their own balconies, the building also has a communal rooftop with a fire pit, dining tables and some lounge seating. The rooftop is a good place to go and soak in views of the surrounding area, without ever leaving home.

Condo buyers may also choose to purchase a parking space on-site, plus Tribeca offers the advantage of a Tesla-sharing program. In addition, Tribeca offers a clubroom and a fitness center.

The floorplans available in Tribeca range from a one-bedroom to a one-bedroom plus a den, or a two-bedroom with either one- or two-baths. Starting at around 720 square feet of living space, some of the largest condos in Tribeca offer around 1,200 square feet of space.

Buyers can expect to find such stylish features and finishes as custom cabinetry, Bosch appliances and LED recessed lighting. As well, you’ll find high ceilings and floor-to-ceiling windows in the units, plus Kohler fixtures and herringbone-patterned tile in the baths.

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