Potomac Station: Condos Just Upstairs From the Neighborhood Deli

by Mark Wellborn

One-Bedroom at Potomac Station

Potomac Station, a five-unit condo project aptly named because it is just across the street from the Potomac Avenue Metro in Capitol Hill, went on sale a week ago and will eventually have retail on the ground floor that may be as appealing as the units themselves. Taking nothing away from the condos, which are some of the nicest you can get for the money in the city, when Annie and Teddie’s, a neighborhood deli designed by the folks behind Granville Moore’s, arrives this winter the line outside the ground floor of this project will likely be long. Annie and Teddy’s will feature inventive sandwiches with roasted meats, carefully picked produce and artisanal breads as well as craft beers, hand-made cocktails and inexpensive wines. Not a bad option to have right outside your front door.

Location - 1401 Potomac Avenue SE (map)

Living Space - Potomac Station is a condo conversion of a building that was recently made up of apartments. Each of the five units received a huge facelift with Restoration Hardware-style upgrades, according to the listing agent, while maintaining the charm and character of the property. There are four one-bedrooms, some of which have large entry foyers that could be an office or den, and one 1,300 square-foot two-bedroom unit. With only a week on the market, three of the units are already under contract.

Price Range - The two remaining one-bedroom units are listed for $299,900 and range in size from 600 to 700 square feet.

For more information on these units, email Jennifer Myers at .(JavaScript must be enabled to view this email address). Here are a few photos of the development:

Two-Bedroom Unit
Bedroom in One-Bedroom Unit
Living Room in Two-Bedroom Unit

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This article originally published at http://dc.urbanturf.com/articles/blog/potomac_station_condos_just_upstairs_from_the_neighborhood_deli/2290


  1. Eric said at 11:59 am on Friday July 23, 2010:

    I thought the Annie and Teddie’s deal fell through because of something related to parking. Has something changed?

  1. former Georgetowner said at 12:50 pm on Friday July 23, 2010:

    I wonder how that would work - condo association wise… Like would the retail units be owned or leased?  if leased, who would handle that?

  1. Jennifer Myers said at 1:40 pm on Monday July 26, 2010:

    Hi Eric and former Georgetowner for your questions!

    Annie and Teddies is still a go and there is no parking issues as far as I’m aware of from talking to the developer just now about their plans there.

    Former Georgetowner—good question! There is only one retail unit, which is slated to be Annie and Teddies which is planned to open this Winter.  Right now the plan is to lease the space to Annie and Teddys. 

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