Condos

Following are all UrbanTurf articles filed under Condos, from most recent to least.

30-Unit Condo Conversion Planned Near Meridian Hill

30-Unit Condo Conversion Planned Near Meridian Hill

Lark Turner | September 2nd 2014

The conversion to luxury condos on 15th Street is scheduled to be completed by next summer. ... read »

Why Larger Condo Units Aren’t Being Built in DC

Why Larger Condo Units Aren’t Being Built in DC

Lark Turner | July 18th 2014

The short answer: Developers say the market isn't as large as people might think. ... read »

600 Water Street, With 108 Condos Planned for the Wharf, to Deliver in 2016

600 Water Street, With 108 Condos Planned for the Wharf, to Deliver in 2016

Lark Turner | July 9th 2014 | 2 Comments

PN Hoffman announced Wednesday that the condos will hit the market in the second quarter of 2015. ... read »

Design for Madison Investments’ Capitol Hill Condo Project Gets ANC Support

Design for Madison Investments’ Capitol Hill Condo Project Gets ANC Support

Lark Turner | July 2nd 2014 | 2 Comments

The project received unanimous support from an ANC 6B committee on Monday night, the developer said. ... read »

Proposed Naylor Court Project Needs Design Changes, ANC 2F Says

Proposed Naylor Court Project Needs Design Changes, ANC 2F Says

Lark Turner | June 26th 2014

The developers were asked to go back to the drawing board on the three-unit project and solicit community input. ... read »

BZA Delays Vote on Glover Park Condo Project Opposed by Residents

BZA Delays Vote on Glover Park Condo Project Opposed by Residents

Lark Turner | June 24th 2014 | 5 Comments

Two six-unit condo projects proposed by developer Guy Prudhomme went before the Board of Zoning on Tuesday. ... read »

DC Area Has Too Many Apartments, Too Few Condos, Report Says

DC Area Has Too Many Apartments, Too Few Condos, Report Says

Lark Turner | April 3rd 2014 | 25 Comments

An oversupply of apartments and an undersupply of condos can't be fixed by converting apartments into condos, a new report found. ... read »

32-Unit Logan Circle Condo Project Receives Preliminary ANC Support

32-Unit Logan Circle Condo Project Receives Preliminary ANC Support

Lark Turner | March 26th 2014 | 6 Comments

A plan to turn an empty lot on Rhode Island Avenue near 14th Street into 32 condos received preliminary approval from ANC 2F on Wednesday. ... read »

Details Released About 12-Unit Condo Project Coming to Hill East

Details Released About 12-Unit Condo Project Coming to Hill East

Shilpi Paul | January 31st 2013 | 4 Comments

Updated information has been released about a 12-unit condo project coming to 401 15th Street SE in Hill East. ... read »

New Condo Supply in DC Area Hits Record Low As Sales Pace Accelerates

New Condo Supply in DC Area Hits Record Low As Sales Pace Accelerates

UrbanTurf Staff | January 7th 2013 | 7 Comments

A new report reveals that the inventory of new condos in the region has reached a record low as the sales pace for new buildings has skyrocketed. ... read »


 

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