Neighborhoods like the U Street Corridor, Columbia Heights and Petworth are becoming increasingly competitive markets for homebuyers. So when Georgia Gibson—a new, 31-unit condominium on Georgia Avenue--debuted recently, selling a mix of one and two-bedroom homes at remarkable competitively prices, it garnered the attention of buyers looking for a smart, central DC investment.
Georgia Gibson is located at the corner of Georgia Avenue and Kenyon Street NW (map), not far from the Columbia Heights Metro. Just six units are still available, and model homes are currently available for tours. For a limited time, Georgia Gibson is offering separately deeded, gated off-street parking (originally priced at $30,000) at a 50 percent discount, as well as other accommodations for competitive offers.
A living room at Georgia Gibson.
The remaining units include five two-bedroom flats and one two-bedroom, two-level loft. Interiors are modern, with clean lines and large warehouse-style windows. Finishes include hardwood-style porcelain flooring (a highly durable material that won’t scratch), Italian-inspired cabinets in two color schemes, modern track lighting, stainless steel appliances, spa-inspired baths, quartz countertops, Nest Learning thermostats and pre-wiring for cable, CAT5 and high-speed internet.
A loft at Georgia Gibson.
Apart from a boutique-hotel-inspired lobby and secure building access, the property includes few amenities, resulting in very low condo fees. Condo fees for the remaining units range from $210 to $242 per month. All appliances are also energy efficient, reducing monthly utility costs.
A bedroom at Georgia Gibson.
Georgia Gibson is within walking distance of numerous restaurants on 11th Street in Park View; the Columbia Heights shopping center; and Petworth’s growing foodie scene, including popular spots like Chez Billy, Crane & Turtle and Petworth Citizen. A short distance to the south (reachable by bus or Metro) are many U Street Corridor and Shaw attractions: Howard Theatre, 9:30 Club, Right Proper Brewing Company, The Brixton, Eat the Rich, DC9 Nightclub and much more.
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