From the heart of Dupont Circle, you’ll ease down Connecticut Avenue and stroll onto N Street. In an instant, the buzz of the city fades and the serenity of a tree-lined street changes your state of mind. Just before you reach the Tabard Inn, you’ll see the stately facade of the Historic Row. Step inside and stand in awe of the grand staircase and the elegant entry.
On October 11th, this will be your introduction to 1745N at the grand opening of a sophisticated, urban condominium living experience in Dupont Circle. Prepare to experience a life of luxury and easy, walkable access to shops, boutiques, restaurants and Metro. Everything you love about the city is within your reach.
The Historic Row and the Modern Flats make up 1745N.
The Historic Row condominium residences are set inside a section of restored century-old rowhomes. These charming residences start from the $600,000s, and their timeless character is showcased in exposed brick wall accents and soaring ceilings.
Across a beautiful courtyard, the Modern Flats start from the $400,000s. Their open spaces are highlighted by contemporary features. Balconies and terraces are available in select units — perfect for soaking up the city evenings from the comfort of your home.
Each residence features a spacious floorplan and artful touches. In both buildings, expansive windows flood the open spaces with natural light. From premium hardwood flooring to Italian cabinetry and stainless steel appliances, the entire experience has been built with style and luxury in mind.
Discover this grand blend of past, present and future for yourself. With catered fare and once-in-a-lifetime opportunities, the Grand Opening event is not one to be missed. Discover your future at 1745N.
This article originally published at https://dc.urbanturf.com/articles/blog/a-grand-opening-100-years-in-the-making/14386.
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