CityVista in Mount Vernon Triangle has just two units left before it sells out, according to the project’s sales office. Its 292-unit K tower had eight units left in early May when UrbanTurf last reported its sale progress. At the time, a sales associate told UrbanTurf they expected to be sold out by the end of June. With only two units left and a week and a half remaining in the month, that could well happen.
CityVista fills a full city block at K and 5th Streets NW. It is a three-tower project; two of the towers are condos, the other rental. Thanks to its ground-floor retail that includes a Safeway and a Busboy and Poets, the complex has become an anchor for the young Mount Vernon Triangle neighborhood.
For more, see Mt. Vernon Triangle’s CityVista is About to Sell Out.
This article originally published at https://dc.urbanturf.com/articles/blog/cityvista_down_to_last_two_units/2191.
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