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perla condos for sale

The Perla is a one of the newest mixed-use buildings planned for the Shaw neighborhood located at 810 O St NW. Previously the site of a prominent church, the cathedral was eventually torn down after approval from the Historic Preservation Review Board. Sales for the Perla are expected to start in early 2019 with construction completion in late 2019.

The nine-story building will hold 66 condos, underground parking, and thousands of square feet for retail space located at the ground level. Located at the corner of 9th and O Streets NW, residents are blocks away from shops, restaurants, Blagden Alley, parks and much more - earning the location a walk score of 97.

Perla Floor Plans

The Perla offers buyers 1-bedroom and 2-bedroom layouts, with or…

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condo for sale in shaw

500 Florida Ave NW #1

2 BR | 2 BA | $415,000 | Shaw

Split 2 bedroom, 2 bathroom in hot Shaw neighborhood. Rare find at this price point. Updated kitchen with granite counters and stainless steel appliances. High ceilings. Washer Dryer in unit. Spectacular location close to metro, U street, and Howard University. Low condo fee. Tenant and pet-friendly boutique building. Great investment!


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Best Neighborhoods to Buy in DC 2018

Capitol Riverfront | Situated on the Anacostia River and 1 mile from Eastern Market, Capitol Riverfront (aka Navy Yard) has been making quite a name for itself over the past few years. As with so many urban ports that have long served as industrial and business centers, the Capitol Riverfront is in the midst of mindset-shifting revitalization. A mix of residential, commercial, dining, shopping and loads of outdoor activities is the reason why Capitol Riverfront is experiencing the largest development boom in its history. Anchored by Nationals Park, Capitol Riverfront is home to a myriad of eateries such as Cornercopia, Sweetgreen, Bluejacket Brewery, and Takorean. Yards Park is a premier waterfront destination, providing green space and water features…

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16th Street Heights

The two most expensive 16th Street Heights homes located at 4907 14th St NW and 5937 16th St NW are still on the market for $2,799,000 and $1,260,000. Check out last month’s Most Expensive Homes | September 2017 article for more information. Below is the 3rd most expensive home in 16th Street Heights:

Most Expensive Home in 16th Street Heights

Beginning in 16th St. Heights is 1358 Ingraham St NW, a gorgeous five-bedroom Colonial that is currently on the market for $1.1 million. This…

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Grab some grub, stop by the seasonal beer garden and explore the rich history in Shaw.

If you’re looking for something sweet, savory, fresh, bubbly or rich in history, Shaw is the place to be. There’s Canteen, a seasonal pop-up beer garden on 9th St. Enjoy 20 craft brews, snacks from Red Apron and refreshingly strong bourbon slushies.

Since last year, Shaw has its very own farmer’s market and it is thriving with delicious produce, cooking demonstrations and great people! Expect to see coffee from Qualia Coffee, baked goods from Bonaparte Bread and much more. The market is located at 925 Rhode Island Ave NW and runs on Sundays from 10 a.m. until 2 p.m.

Craving donuts? Grab one from (the newly opened as of July) Sugar Shack. Their cinnamon sugar is…

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The most expensive DC homes for sale in August 2017.

16th Street Heights

In 16th St. Heights, 4907 14th St. NW is on the market for $2,790,000. This unique home has 10 bedrooms and 9.5 baths. It would make a wonderful embassy, church, rental property, or AirBnB, you name it! There’s a two-level carriage house with 1 bedroom and 1 bath.


1343 Somerset Place NW in Brightwood is currently being sold for $729,900. This 4 bedroom, 4 bathroom home has four levels of hardwood floors and a full finished basement. With 1,987 sqft. this home is true suburban living in the city!

Chevy Chase

In Chevy Chase, 3829 Livingston St. NW is more of a modern design than many of the historical homes in D.C. Enjoy four sunlit levels, 5…

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Take a walk down the U Street Corridor or 7th Street and you’ll be treated to a banquet of cuisines, bars, vintage and furniture stores, and every kind of retail therapy you could possibly ever hope to find. A favorite place to spend a lazy Sunday afternoon.

Shaw, the birthplace of Duke Ellington, is well-located and linked with Metro stops and buses. However, if you hang around the area, you’ll be mostly fine just getting around by foot.

Ivy City

Let me guess, you’re looking for that next ‘up-and-coming’ neighborhood? An area that’s still affordable to buy, yet looks to thrive over the next few years adding value and sales appeal to the property? If so, welcome to Ivy City.

This once gritty neighborhood is quickly transforming into…

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Fixer-upper row homes are often the solution to saving some money in this current DC real estate market that is tough on buyers. Flippers are often profiting $200,000-$300,000, so if you can cut out the flipper and have the renovations done yourself you can save a lot. Shaw is one of the neighborhoods that offers a number of fixer-upper row homes ready for a buyer. It is one of the hottest neighborhoods in the District right now, and has seen a massive revitalization in the last decade. Shaw offers its own amenities while being close to downtown DC. Several new restaurants have opened in the last few years with the neighborhood’s renaissance, including several ethnic options like Zenebech Injera Ethiopian. Shaw is also close to Chinatown, Logan Circle, the…
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Finding the right amount of space for an affordable price is a real challenge these days in DC. If you’re looking for an area that can do just that, Bloomingdale could be the perfect fit for you. The neighborhood is one of the smallest in the District, yet offers many three-bedroom row homes that are usually far more affordable than other parts of Northwest. Noted for its proximity to the U.S. Capitol building, Howard University, and downtown DC, Bloomingdale has been on the rise for the last few years, especially with the revitalization of nearby Shaw and NoMa. While there is no Metro stop within the neighborhood, the Shaw-Howard University stop on the yellow/green lines and the Rhode Island Avenue and NoMa-Gallaudet stops on the red line are a short…

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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…
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