Washingtonians desiring a zestful urban living experience are drawn to the U Street Corridor, a dynamic centrally located community. With some of the District's most popular ethnic restaurants, most happening nightclubs and an array of unique merchants, the U Street Corridor is a diverse and lively neighborhood. The U Street Corridor is one of DC's neighborhoods with borders that tend to meander depending on who is defining them. Here at DC Condo Boutique, we use the U Street Corridor ... Read More
The Murano, located at 10th Street between V and W Street in the U Street Corridor, is a condo building that blends historic and contemporary elements in two distinct “floating brick forms.” Completed in 2007, the three-story building offers twelve residences – ten flats and two duplexes – all with contemporary, sleek finishes. Units feature high ceilings, oversize windows, Maple flooring and generous closet space. Designer kitchens combine European cabinetry with concrete or granite counters and high-end fixtures. The baths feature frameless showers as well as a mix of marble and cherry elements in the vanities and sinks. Select units include private outdoor terraces and parking. The Murano is within walking distance of the U Street Metro Station as well as a number of hip clubs, boutiques and dining options.
- Units: 12
- Stories: 3
- Delivered: 2007
- Ownership: Condominium
- Location: 10th Street NW between V Street and W Street
- Neighborhood: U Street Corridor
- Metro: U Street
- Address: 2117 10th Street, NW Washington, DC 20001
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Express Night Out reports on the essentials of a gourmet kitchen for DC foodies. Free-flowing kitchens open to the rest of the living space are a key design requirement. An oversized island large enough to accomodate food-prep, mixology and socializing is another important element. DC projects cited in the Express Night Out article for their gourmet kitchens include Harvard Lofts in Columbia Heights and Murano in the U Street Corridor. Harvard Lofts kitchens are decked out with Po... Read More
Foreclosures are bank-owned properties, which are often (but not always) priced at a discount to competing listings and can offer significant savings to a savvy buyer. Banks are not in business to own homes and condos and are generally very motivated to sell their foreclosed assets. Foreclosures have not impacted the DC Condo market like they have in other markets like Las Vegas, Miami and Phoenix. In the District, our developers are primarily building on infill parcels with both and in... Read More
A discussion of the best residential condo builders in DC needs to include Robertson Development. This ten-year-old firm has raised the bar in Washington with a strong roster of completed projects. Robertson has focused their efforts in the Logan Circle and U Street Corridor neighborhoods. The Robertson Development mission statement offers a glimpse into the soul of the firm: To create residential and retail space that reflects our passion for great design and true quality craft... Read More
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