District Towns at Parkside Sells Out Quickly, Setting the Stage for More Walkable D.C. Townhomes
Just months after opening, District Towns at Parkside is officially sold out.
The new urban townhomes offered by the Knutson Companies were in high demand as the latest addition to the growing Parkside community in Northeast D.C. The final settlements are almost complete, and residents are moving into these impressive garage townhomes, located just a short walk across the pedestrian bridge from Minnesota Avenue Metro Station.
Blending urban convenience and community values, District Towns is the latest step in the transformation of one of D.C.’s fastest-growing areas. A friendly, vibrant community, Parkside has everything within walking distance and is close to so much more.
The Parkside community includes expansive green spaces surrounding the community including access to the Anacostia Park trail, just a few blocks away. There are also three schools for pre-k through grade 12, medical services at Parkside Health Center, as well as 50,000 square feet of planned shopping, dining and entertainment.
The Knutson Companies has long been known for neighborhoods that enhance your lifestyle with access to recreation, restaurants, retail and transit. District Towns represented the Virginia-based homebuilder’s first venture in the D.C. market, but it won’t be the last. The Knutson Companies will soon introduce plans for new townhomes in another blossoming D.C. community.
At District Towns, a percentage of the available townhomes were set aside as part of the city’s affordable housing program.
Every homebuyer can expect Knutson’s award-winning architectural designs and personalized interior design experience, plus quality and care from a locally owned builder. It’s the reason that the Knutson Companies have earned a 100% satisfaction rating from their homeowners.
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