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Ditto Residential Debuts 7-Unit Boutique Condominium in Shaw
Ditto Residential is back with a new, boutique residential project in Shaw.
1923 9th Street NW is a striking seven-unit condo development from DC-based developer, Ditto Residential, and architect Dep Designs, offering two-bedroom residences with an array of high-end finishes. Sales by The Reishman Group just started, with prices starting at $799,000.
All the residences at 1923 9th Street NW (map) feature open floorplans, custom cabinetry and floor-to-ceiling windows that flood the homes with natural light. Luxury finishes include 5-inch natural white oak flooring, quartz countertops, Bosch appliances, frameless glass enclosed showers, floating vanities and more.
There is a sliding glass wall in the penthouse unit leading to a 500+ square-foot rooftop terrace with an outdoor shower deck, which creates an extraordinary indoor/outdoor space. The development also has an elevator and several residences come with private balconies.
1923 9th Street NW is centrally located in the middle of Shaw, surrounded by restaurants like Haikan, El Rey and Hazel, as well as the 9:30 Club, the Atlantic Plumbing Cinema and Right Proper Brewing Company.
The Reishman Group is holding an open house at the new development this Sunday, February 16th from 2-4pm. For more information on the new development, visit the website or contact Lindsay Reishman at email@example.com.
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This article originally published at https://dc.urbanturf.com/articles/blog/ditto-residential-debuts-7-unit-boutique-condominium-in-shaw/16431.
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