Motif, a collection of 30 brand new condominiums has just debuted in northern Petworth.
Developed by Bello Realty Partners, Motif inspires city living at its best, with sleek residences, walkability to restaurants and cafes, and several modes of public transportation nearby: the Fort Totten Metro, Capital Bikeshare, and a stop for the 79 and 70 bus lines taking residents directly downtown.
Motif has one-bedroom, one-bedroom and den, two-bedroom and penthouse residences, with pricing ranging competitively from the $310s to the $600s. Two model homes are now available for touring and, for a limited time, prospective buyers can take advantage of a $10,000 grand opening credit to use toward closing costs.
Each thoughtfully designed residence features bright, open living spaces with abundant floor-to-ceiling windows and white oak hardwood floors. All designs include a modern, chef-inspired kitchen with sleek cabinetry, stainless steel appliances, quartz countertops (some also include center islands) and tile backsplashes; and bathrooms are spa inspired with walk-in glass-framed showers and Waterworks fixtures. Select units also have generous walk-in closets, and many feature outdoor space in the form of either balconies or welled patios.
Motif’s residents will enjoy a range of luxurious amenities, including secure building access, an elevator, secure package and bicycle storage rooms, a private rooftop terrace with spectacular city views, and a spacious lobby designed by Akseizer Design Group with custom millwork, contemporary lighting and generous seating. Assigned parking is also available for sale.
The property is nestled within a growing tapestry of local shops and restaurants. Residents are walking distance from Anxo Cidery, Everyday Sundae, Library Tavern, Neptune Room, Moreland’s Tavern and Jackie Lee’s. Motif is also close to a Walmart Super Center and several grocery stores.
This article originally published at https://dc.urbanturf.com/articles/blog/a-collection-of-30-sleek-new-condominiums-from-the-300s-debuts-in-northern-/20143.
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