New Boutique Condo Project Coming to 17th and Q

by UrbanTurf Staff

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1700 Q Street NW

A Dupont Circle mansion is currently being converted into a four-unit condo development that will deliver in late summer/early fall, UrbanTurf has learned.

1700 Q Street NW (map), a home designed by architect Thomas Franklin Schneider and listed on the National Register of Historic Places, was purchased in December 2012 by UrbanVibe Developers.

The Q will consist of four two-bedroom, two-bath condos, including a penthouse with a roof terrace and outdoor kitchen. The interior square footage of the units will average out a 1,250, but a few will spread out over 1,600 square feet. Each will have wide-plank wood floors and high ceilings, as well as snazzy amenities like pre-installed cappuccino machines and wine storage.

The units are projected to deliver in late summer/early fall of this year. The architect is Kamm Architecture and the units will be listed by the A|E Group.

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This article originally published at http://dc.urbanturf.com/articles/blog/new_boutique_condo_project_coming_to_17th_and_q/6701

6 Comments

  1. cynist said at 3:51 pm on Monday February 25, 2013:

    How many million one dollar bills does one need to get one of these?

  1. Else said at 5:51 pm on Monday February 25, 2013:

    This makes me mad. It is listed on the historic register and they plan to cut it up into condos? Sad. Sad. Sad. These buildings are one of a kind.

  1. Guy in Arlington said at 6:50 pm on Monday February 25, 2013:

    Yes, its sad.  But when the house was for sale, I am sure no families would seriously consider this house for a variety of reasons.  Further, most people can’t afford to purchase a property like this, never mind furnish/heat/cool/stan on top of up-keep, etc so this is how things go.

  1. Autumn Hernandez said at 7:20 pm on Monday February 25, 2013:

    The exterior of the building will be restored in accordance with the Historic Society.  I’ve seen the finishes this developer uses and these condos will be stunning!  I am pretty excited to see this project unfold

  1. Juan U. said at 10:51 am on Tuesday February 26, 2013:

    The listed price on this property, as I recall, was 1.5 million. Condos offer a decent, albeit expensive option to home ownership. Given the interior condition at the time of sale, anyone purchasing this would have needed to add 200-400k to keep it a single family home.

  1. Me said at 4:36 pm on Thursday February 28, 2013:

    This home sold at auction. It was foreclosed on before it was sold. It’s a complete disaster inside. The renovations have already started and the builder is going faster then the speed of light. I hope the builder does everything to code. Curious to see the end result.

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