Capitol Hill, which spans parts of Southeast and Northeast, is nestled below the H Street Corridor, above the Washington Navy Yard, east of the National Mall, and west of the Anacostia River. The neighborhood is not only the home of the United States Capitol, it’s also the largest historical neighborhood in the District. If you’re interested in a new home in the Capitol Hill neighborhood, you’re in luck! There are a few new developments currently selling or coming soon.
The Edmonds School project is currently offering luxury condominiums and townhomes at 901 D Street in Northeast. The Townhomes at Edmonds School are a conversion of the original school building into multi-level brownstones. The interior features include exposed brick, hardwood plank flooring, berber carpet, dual-zone HVAC systems, whole home audio system, USB outlets for mobile device charging, energy efficient windows, outdoor parking, and an optional roof terrace. The Condos at Edmonds School are one and two bedrooms units ranging from 496 to 1,795 square feet. The units feature exposed brick and double-height ceilings with extra-large windows as in the historic school building.
The Maples is located at 619 D Street in Southeast and includes flats, duplexes and townhomes from the $400Ks to $1.65 million. Some of the homes are renovations of existing historic residences, while others are new construction. Some homes even have direct elevator access from the underground parking garage. The Maples is expected to be available in late 2014.
The Maryland is a third development in the Capitol Hill area at 1350 Maryland Avenue in Northeast. The project will create one and two bedroom condos from the $300Ks to the $500Ks. These condominiums will deliver in December 2014.
Capitol Hill has been home to prominent Americans including John Philip Sousa, J. Edgar Hoover, and Frederick Douglass. Will you be the next resident?