A Look at the Boutique Condos Selling in the Downtown DC Market
This fall, three centrally located, downtown boutique properties have become hot commodities for DC's condo buyers. Located in Adams Morgan, Logan Circle and Mount Vernon, the properties boast both stunning design features and unique interior qualities.
While residences are still available at these new developments, units are moving quickly. To learn more about what is available, read on.
The Lankford is Lock 7 Development's most recent project. It is a beautifully designed nine-residence boutique condominium with a historically-inspired façade and tons of smart features selling in a fantastic Logan Circle location. While the exterior is historic in design, the one- and two-bedroom interiors are contemporary with large windows, high ceilings, white oak wood floors, and marble and ceramic tiles. Kitchens feature wood Shaker-style cabinetry, quartz countertops, Bosch appliances, and bathrooms boast custom vanities, marble countertops, herringbone tile and custom niches. Parking is also available. The Lankford is nearly fifty percent sold and pricing starts from $399,000.
This stunning new development from Bloom Residential offers eight thoughtfully designed one- and two-bedroom residences in the heart of DC’s Mount Vernon neighborhood. Just two of the homes remain on the market, including a penthouse with fully retractable balcony doors and a green roof. Each residence features design-driven interiors, high-end finishes, and thoughtful layouts, and both of the remaining units include outdoor space.
These elegant one- and two-bedroom residences from District Quarters are centrally located in Adams Morgan and, though still under construction, are selling quickly. Each of the residences features design-driven interiors and thoughtful layouts with beautiful finishes including oak hardwood floors, stainless steel appliances and quartz countertops. Some of the residences include private outdoor space, and parking is available. Two of the nine homes are already under contract.
All of the above properties are being sold by The Reishman Group—a team of advocates, negotiators and experts in the DC real estate market who are passionate about providing exceptional, unique client experiences.
To contact the team about remaining residences at any of the above three properties, please call 202-818-8722 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
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This article originally published at https://dc.urbanturf.com/articles/blog/a-look-at-what-is-selling-in-the-downtown-dc-market/19031.
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