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A New Style of Townhomes in Shaw Redefine Luxury
In the center of Shaw, 880 P’s unmatched features and amenities have made it the place to live in DC.
From 360-degree roof top views to a cascading waterfall and music room to the white glove signature services offered to residents, 880 P is the epitome of luxe living.
Ideally situated just two blocks from the Shaw/Howard University Metro station (Green and Yellow lines), the townhomes at 880 P are surrounded by boutique shopping, and a booming food scene, including multiple Michelin-starred restaurants, a James Beard nominated chef at Convivial, Chaplin’s, Union Kitchen, The Dabney, and The Columbia Room.
880 P residents will enjoy the modern finishes and premium in-home amenities each home has to offer such as customizable Elfa closet systems, Nest thermostats, full size washer and dryers, FIOS hard-wired fiber optic cables, and wide-planked wood flooring throughout.
Each home showcases an open concept floor plan with plenty of flexible living, work, and entertainment spaces, making living at 880 P the perfect work-from-home option.
The two-bedroom, two-bathroom, and den townhomes (1,538 sq. ft.) also come with an indoor fireplace and a private outdoor terrace offering breathtaking views of the city. Studios and one-bedroom homes are also available.
The chef-style kitchens at 880 P feature imported Italian cabinets, Corian countertops, porcelain tile back splashes, Thermador stainless steel appliances, and kitchen islands with built-in outlets and USB ports. The spa-inspired bathrooms come complete with soaking tubs and glass enclosed showers, making them the ideal after work oasis.
880 P townhome residents will also be treated to ample outdoor space to relax or entertain. The rooftop has unparalleled panoramic views, a beautiful pool, fire pits with cozy nooks to unwind, a cascading waterfall, and a music lounge complete with a 1906 Steinway Player Piano.
Additional building amenities include City Fit Gym and Spa, a dog park and grooming services, a demonstration kitchen, 24-hour concierge and front desk staff, covered garage parking, and an espresso lounge in the lobby.
Pricing for the spacious two-bedroom, two bath townhomes start at $6,515 per month. Interested parties are invited to schedule a private tour by visiting the property website www.880pdc.com or by emailing Urban Pace at email@example.com.
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