800 4th St. SW #S-815 is a beautiful studio condo with an open floor plan and nine-foot ceilings. It is on the top floor of Potomac Place Tower with a sliding glass door balcony and a great view of U.S. Capitol building and Nationals Park. This unit has a recently remodeled kitchen and bathroom, plus new hardwood floors and an AC unit. It comes with extra storage space in the building, as well as a pool, fitness center, and 24-hour concierge. 800 4th St. SW is in the heart of the Southwest Waterfront neighborhood and is one block from the Waterfront Metro, close to the Wharf development, and soon-to-be-built soccer stadium. You can walk to Safeway, CVS, Starbucks, Nationals Park, the Capitol, and much more soon! 800 4th St. SW #S-815 is listed at
We have a light-filled, clean, open-concept condo for rent on the top floor of a 4-unit building. 612 14th Place NE #3 has one bedroom, one bathroom, and contains 554 square feet. This condo is located on a beautiful tree-lined street. There are several great features, including:
Spacious balcony Slomin's security system Dedicated parking space Bamboo floors In-unit washer and dryer Central air-conditioning Jacuzzi tub Stainless steel appliances Jenn-Air gas stove including grill High ceilings and skylight Granite kitchen and bathroom countertops
This condo is located three blocks from H Street NE and Atlas District bars, restaurants, and shops. Nearby transit includes Union Station (red line) and Potomac Ave. and Eastern Market (blue/orange/silver line) Metro
We have a modern 2-bedroom, 2-bathroom condominium for sale in the Park View neighborhood. 3577 Warder Street NW #102 is just four years old and is made up of 950 square feet. The condo includes a beautiful open-concept kitchen with a dishwasher, refrigerator, oven, and microwave. There is a balcony and large windows with a lot of natural light. Parking and storage are included and the condo is pet-friendly. Park View offers a small neighborhood feel while being close to everything big-city DC has to offer. The Georgia Ave-Petworth Metro station on the yellow/green lines is just a few blocks away. The Georgia Avenue NW corridor offers shopping and dining options that are steps away. Some local restaurant and bar favorites include Chez Billy, Sala Thai,…
Buying a fixer-upper in Washington, DC is a great way to save money and have renovations done yourself, the way you want them done. When flippers purchase a home and renovate it, they are often profiting $200,000-$300,000 when they sell the property in the current DC real estate economy. Cutting out the middle man could lead to a great amount of savings for a home buyer. One neighborhood in the District that offers a number of fixer-uppers is Petworth. More and more of these properties are being snatched up by developers and renovated for a large profit. Petworth is a neighborhood on the rise in the last few years, and it offers bargains compared to nearby neighborhoods Columbia Heights, U Street Corridor, and Shaw. Much of the real estate in this area…
If you’re looking to find a two-bedroom condominium near the Walter Washington Convention Center, we can definitely help you in that process. We are experts in the area, as our brokerage is located just a couple miles north of the Convention Center. The building itself is a 2.3 million square foot complex with 77 rooms that opened in 2003. High-rise condos and condo conversions have sprung up left and right in the area since the Convention Center’s opening. You are basically looking at living in one of three neighborhoods in the District if you want to be near the Convention Center: Shaw, Mount Vernon Triangle, or Logan Circle. All three have seen a great rebirth since the turn of the 21st Century. Be sure to check out CityVista at 5th and K Streets NW.
Development in Petworth community, a mix of brick row houses and single-family homes tucked between Arkansas Avenue and North Capital Street Northwest, is forging ahead. This community has come a long way from its origins as two privately owned country estates in the 1800s.
Petworth, which started to blossom as a community with a streetcar stop on a route from Silver Spring to downtown, is bulging with projects, most notably the long-awaited Safeway. This week, the Washington Business Journal, counted the cranes in Petworth as among the more than 60 cranes city-wide that are signaling a rebirth of local development.
Washington D.C. recently issued a tower crane permit to Duball Petworth LLC to construct the community’s beloved Safeway, which will
The Petworth community, a mix of brick row houses and single-family homes tucked between Arkansas Avenue and North Capital Street Northwest, has come a long way from its origins as two privately owned country estates in the 1800s.
Petworth, which started to blossom as a community with a streetcar stop on a route from Silver Spring to downtown, is still bulging with project. They include a new and long-awaited Safeway, more bars along Georgia Avenue and at least one new restaurant on Upshur Street that are already receiving strong reviews from patrons.
The area’s first development came after Washington D.C. annexed the 204-acre Petworth site owned by Col. John Tayloe and the 183-acre Marshall Brown Estate. Two private development firms purchased the
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