A First Look Inside NoMa’s TRIBECA Condominiums
TRIBECA, NoMa’s highly anticipated condominium boasting the neighborhood’s largest one bedrooms, just debuted its first model, giving prospective homeowners the first on-site taste of the property’s high-end homes.
The model home, clad in the property’s darker color package, can now be toured along with the rest of the homes at TRIBECA. Buyers can also visit the TRIBECA sales gallery and learn about how the building’s unique style was inspired by the New York City neighborhood of the same name.
TRIBECA's available floorplans range in size from oversized one-bedroom, one-bath condominiums to the spacious two-bedroom, two-bath penthouses featuring over 1,200+ square feet of living space. Most homes also offer large private terraces. Pricing starts in the mid $400s.
The chef-style kitchens at TRIBECA come complete with custom cabinetry, quartz countertops, concealed microwaves, panelized Bosch appliances, Kohler fixtures and the opportunity to select from two different color palettes. The living areas feature recessed lighting and floor-to-ceiling windows that make each home feel immediately spacious and welcoming.
TRIBECA provides the ultimate in comfort for its new owners as well as their guests. The building's expansive rooftop is outfitted with lounge seating, a dining area and a fire pit, providing the perfect place to unwind. The sky lounge features a beautiful entertainment center, marble wet bar, and ample seating to watch movies with friends or to work from home. The building also offers a state-of-the-art fitness center and seven day per week concierge service.
When you own at TRIBECA: you'll be in the center of DC, a few minutes walk from the NoMa Metro Station, Trader Joe’s, Harris Teeter, Starbucks, REI, Peet’s Coffee and the newly opened Menomale. Residents will also be steps away from the Union Market neighborhood where they can enjoy a drink at Blue Bottle Coffee, browse at the Politics & Prose bookstore, or conveniently access a large variety of DC's most popular shops, bars, and restaurants.
TRIBECA residents can move in this spring and appointments are available, either in-person or virtually, with a sales agent. To learn more, visit the property's website here or reach out to the Urban Pace sales team at email@example.com or 202-315-5428.
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