6th Street and Maine Avenue condos are among the dozens of new condo projects going up around Washington D.C. – you’ve seen the cranes.
6th Street and Maine Avenue condos are nestled right along the Anacostia River in Southwest Washington D.C and very close to the Southwest Waterfront Metro. This four-story building will include 109 units when completed, which is expected to be in 2015. The 6th Street and Maine Avenue development, which does not have a website yet, will have a green roof and many condos with private terraces that look out onto the waterfront.
6th Street and Maine Avenue will include 93 parking spots, with 85 for the residents and seven for the St. Augustine’s Episcopal church next door at 600 M Street SW, reports D.C. Urban Turf. With parking in high demand, sounds like not all residents will be able to secure a parking spot. Luckily, this project at 6th and Main Avenue is only steps from the Green and Yellow lines at the Southwest Waterfront Metro.
The Southwest neighborhood is undergoing a major revitalization effort right now. It was once one of the more worn areas of the District, but several new development projects, including the introduction of the Nats Stadium nearby, are bringing this region back to life.
Other properties on the market here include a $140,000, 1-bedroom condo at 1311 Delaware Avenue with a renovated kitchen and gym and pool on premises; a $90,000 condo in the same Riverside Park building that is not renovated, and a $164,000 studio on at 560 N Street SW.
While there are a good many condos, both brand new and older, to choose from right now for homebuyers in the Washington D.C. market, other projects on the horizon could offer homeowners just the residence they’re looking for – like the upcoming condos at 6th Street and Maine Avenue.
For more information:
Rock Creek Realty: http://www.rcrdc.com/southwest.php
D.C. Urban Turf: http://dc.urbanturf.com/pipeline/253/6th_Street_and_Maine_Avenue_SW/
St. Augustine’s: http://www.staugustinesdc.org/