1700 2nd Street NW, courtesy of Teri Janine Quinn.
A 9-unit condo project with a restaurant on the ground floor is coming to 1700 2nd Street NW (map) this summer.
Owner Frank Economides told UrbanTurf that he has been working on the renovation of the currently vacant building over the past few months, and hopes to have the units ready for the market in June.
Economides is creating 8 one-bedrooms and one ground floor studio, and estimates that prices will be in the $300,000s. The condos will be between 650 and 750 square feet with wine coolers and gas fireplaces in each unit. Though there aren’t parking spaces attached to the building, Economides is providing bicycle parking, and he plans to acquire a public space permit soon in order to create an appealing, vegetated patio on the currently blank, but big, outdoor space.
Ideally, the restaurant that leases the retail space will be a neighborhood-serving type of place that isn’t too expensive. “We want it to be at a reasonable price point so people can go there every day.” said Economides.
This article originally published at http://dc.urbanturf.com/articles/blog/9-unit_condo_project_and_neighborhood_restaurant_coming_to_2nd_and_florida/7005
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