Bordered by the H Street Corridor and some of Northeast DC’s lushest green spaces, Carver/Langston is a well-placed, if not very well-known, neighborhood in DC. At the heart of this community is Carver Langston Condos, nine brand new, well-appointed residences (including three oversized penthouses) boasting stylish one- and two-bedroom layouts.
Carver Langston Condos, from local developer District Real Estate™ and District Growth, is now move-in ready with prices starting at $275,000.
The property’s one- and two-bedroom homes range in size from 550 to a spacious 1,350 square feet and include oversized Pella windows that flood living spaces with natural light. All of the residences feature stainless steel appliances, white oak hardwood flooring, recessed lighting, quartz countertops and Turkish-made custom cabinetry. And the building boasts high-end Trane HVAC—systems known for their energy efficiency and for creating the best possible air for residential developments.
Each of the three penthouse homes also include private roof decks with views of the US Capitol and the Washington Monument. One one of these is priced at under $600,000.
While Carver Langston Condos is already within walking distance of numerous amenities—including the DC streetcar, Safeway, Starbucks, [solidcore], Orangetheory Fitness, Whole Foods and dozens of restaurants and bars—it may also soon be neighbor to the Hechinger Mall redevelopment, a potentially huge addition that could bring a trove of new retail, a trophy hotel and new office space to the area.
Carver Langston Condos is also a 15-minute walk to the RFK farmers’ market and athletic fields and sought-after green spaces like the National Arboretum, Kingman Island and the Langston Golf Course.
All of the residences at Carver Langston Condos are available to tour by appointment, including two furnished models. Interested home buyers should reach out via the Carver Langston website soon before Grand Opening incentives expire.
This article originally published at https://dc.urbanturf.com/articles/blog/9-modern-condos-debut-steps-from-bustling-h-street-the-arboretum/19421.
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