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Discover Incomparable Dupont Circle Luxury at 1745N
Stepping inside 1745N, one is instantly surrounded by an impressive blend of urban style and elegance rooted in history. A swift elevator ride brings you to the stunning residences with expansive windows that let in inviting natural light. From exposed brick walls to spacious bedrooms sitting just above the city you love, these condominiums are the pinnacle of modern Dupont Circle luxury.
Located on a picturesque tree-lined street, 1745N allows you to experience the DC culture that surrounds these luxury residences. Boutiques, bookstores, world-famous restaurants and more provide the perfect backdrop to these unique spaces. 1745N is nestled amongst the National Geographic Museum, the Tabard Inn and the Dupont Circle Farmers Market, all a less-than-five-minute walk from its doors.
Next door, The Flats at 1745N offer a more contemporarily stylized home design, with sleek features that offer the epitome of city living. And they’re still only moments away from everything you want in your Dupont Circle life.
But, how can you tour these one-of-a-kind residences?
On Thursday, July 18, 1745N is opening its doors to a special evening tour and happy hour of its remaining residences. It’s the first step in making the best of Dupont Circle all your own. Our brand new models will be on display and ready to tour.
Those interested in jump-starting their new Dupont Circle life can RSVP to David Klimas at email@example.com or call 202-609-9620.
For more information on 1745N or The Flats at 1745N, visit 1745N.com or 1745NFlats.com, respectively.
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