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CityCenter’s H Street Building 51 Percent Sold Out

by UrbanTurf Staff

CityCenter's H Street Building 51 Percent Sold Out: Figure 1
Inside The Residences at CityCenter.

One of the buildings at the 216-unit condo project at CityCenterDC, the massive downtown development at 9th and H Street NW (map), has just over 50 percent of its units under contract, according to a statement from project developer Hines. CityCenterDC officially went on sale January 2, 2013.

The Residences at CityCenter will consist of two distinct buildings totaling 216 units. The 925 H Street building now has just over 50 percent of its units under contract.

Designed by architecture firm Foster + Partners, The Residences at CityCenter consist of one and two bedroom condos with modern, open layouts, floor-to-ceiling windows and outdoor areas. Shared amenities will include a spa treatment room, a wine cellar, and a fire pit.

The condos will range in size from 675 to 2,675 square feet, and prices start at $500,000, with the most luxurious units going for $3.5 million. Delivery is expected in the fall of 2013.

In addition to extensive office and retail space, CityCenter will also have 458 apartments for rent and a 370-room hotel when complete. More renderings of The Residences at CityCenter below.

CityCenter's H Street Building 51 Percent Sold Out: Figure 2

CityCenter's H Street Building 51 Percent Sold Out: Figure 3

CityCenter's H Street Building 51 Percent Sold Out: Figure 4

CityCenter's H Street Building 51 Percent Sold Out: Figure 5

Renderings courtesy of Foster + Partners.

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This article originally published at https://dc.urbanturf.com/articles/blog/citycenter_51_percent_sold_out/6750

2 Comments

  1. sally said at 2:12 am on Thursday March 7, 2013:
    Is it 51% of 216 units or 51% of just H St condos. Becuase they also have I st condos as well
  1. Mark Wellborn said at 4:43 pm on Thursday March 7, 2013:
    sally, Yes, you are correct, and we have updated the article to reflect that distinction. Many thanks, Mark Wellborn Editor

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