Off Twelfth Condominiums, the H Street Corridor's newest boutique condominium known for its ultra-convenient 12th Street location, will deliver in September. The contemporary property features 24 residences boasting sleek modern finishes and, a rarity for city living: ample closet and storage space.
The project is nearly 40% sold out and tours are available for prospective buyers. Appointments can be made through the Off Twelfth website or with Compass agents Megan Meekin and Jillian Levitt at 703-340-7594.
Off Twelfth features one-bedroom, one-and-den, two-bedroom and two-and-den condominiums ranging in size up to 1,100 square feet and priced from $275,000 to $725,000. Interior finishes include white oak wide plank flooring, large Pella windows and recessed lighting, as well as a variety of statement lighting. All of the residences also come with Smart Home features, and a limited few boast private balconies and gorgeous, 360-degree views of the city.
The kitchens have a combination of glossy white and wood finished slow-close cabinetry, GE Profile appliances—including full size washer and dryers—and white quartz countertops. Bathrooms have wood- and grey-finish vanities, and charcoal, marble and white tiling.
Off Twelfth offers a host of on-site amenities, including a dog washing station, an elevator, bike storage, a bike repair station and private parking.
The property is ideally located, nestled right off the H Street Corridor. Neighborhood restaurants, bars, shops and gyms abound, and include: Toki Underground, The Little Grand, Chupacabra Taqueria, Maketto, Copycat Co., Trader Joe’s, Whole Foods, CVS, Old City CrossFit, [soldicore], Freshfarm Market, Pow Pow and Atlas Performing Arts Center.
For additional information, please visit Off Twelfth Condominiums here or contact Compass sales agents Megan Meekin and Jillian Levitt at 703-340-7594.
This article originally published at https://dc.urbanturf.com/articles/blog/a_first_look_at_the_h_street_corridors_newest_condo_delivering_this_month/21341.
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