A rendering of a living space at Emblem at Barracks Row.
In May, Emblem at Barracks Row, a brand new 20-unit condominium by Bozzuto, will open for sales on Capitol Hill. The property, which is already garnering attention from prospective buyers, will bridge the historic Barracks Row neighborhood with the neighboring Navy Yard as a standout addition to the city’s oldest commercial district. The residences sit atop first floor retail spaces, with target vendors being coffee shops, boutique fitness studios and the like.
A rendering of Emblem at Barracks Row.
To receive exclusive details about Emblem, including information about the upcoming launch event, add your name to the Bozzuto Backstage list here. Those on the Backstage list will also have exclusive access to the Emblem sales team after the property’s launch and before sales open to the general public.
A rendering of a kitchen at Emblem at Barracks Row.
The homes at Emblem at Barracks Row will include one-bedrooms, one-bedrooms with dens and two-bedroom penthouses. Five of the six penthouses boast a second story loft with an outdoor terrace. All penthouses and many of the other residences have stunning views of the Capitol Building and the Washington Monument.
A rendering of a bedroom at Emblem at Barracks Row.
Finishes include modern kitchens, floor-to-ceiling windows, Quartz countertops, Bosch appliances (including a washer/dryer) and laminate hardwood flooring throughout. Amenities include package concierge and bike storage, and parking available for purchase.
A rendering of a bathroom at Emblem at Barracks Row.
Barracks Row is a bustling commercial strip at the heart of Capitol Hill. Local restaurants include Medium Rare, Ted’s Bulletin and award-winning sister restaurants Rose’s Luxury and Pineapple & Pearls.
This article originally published at http://dc.urbanturf.com/articles/blog/20_modern_condos_to_debut_on_capitol_hills_barracks_row/13721
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