4226 7th Street NW
A shell in Petworth has been snapped up by developers who plan on turning it into a 15-unit condo building, UrbanTurf has learned.
Located at 4226 7th Street NW (map), half a mile from the Petworth Metro, the currently vacant apartment building will be reborn as a condo project filled with one- and two-bedrooms units. Gerard DiRuggiero of UrbanLand Company, who will be handling sales, told us that the one-bedroom units will come in at approximately 700 square feet and two-bedrooms in the 900 square-foot range.
Rendering of 4226 7th Street NW.
Though the developers are keeping the same number of units, they are expanding the terrace level condos and will be creating patios for them. Many of the units will have large bay windows as well.
Developer Goldstar Group is aiming to complete the project by the end of March 2013. One-bedrooms will range in price from just under $300,000 to $350,000, and two-bedrooms will start in the low $400s. For more information, click here.
This article originally published at http://dc.urbanturf.com/articles/blog/vacant_apartment_petworth_to_be_converted_into_15-unit_condo/6419
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