Adams Morgan’s main attraction Ontario 17 is quickly becoming the go-to destination for those that want to own in the city. With 80 light-filled residences, Ontario 17 is located at the intersection of Columbia Road and 17th Street NW, and combines modern features with art deco elements to deliver an authentic Adams Morgan experience with all the amenities of the vibrant, diverse and arts-inspired neighborhood.
Ideally situated in the heart of an eclectic, urban mix of restaurants, retail and entertainment venues, Ontario 17 residences are selling fast. Being both Metro accessible and within walking distance of Dupont Circle, the U Street Corridor and other D.C. destinations, residents can seamlessly navigate in and out of the city.
The lobby at Ontario 17.
The interior finishes at Ontario 17 match its setting. Touted as a boutique building with a high-end touch, Ontario 17’s organic design boasts sophisticated, multi-textured materials, contemporary finishes and an elegant, efficient use of space while each home offers an abundance of natural light and sweeping city views.
Residences come with open floorplans, large balconies and hardwood flooring throughout. Every home has a gourmet kitchen with energy efficient stainless steel appliances and quartz countertops.
The living room of a home at Ontario 17.
Building amenities include access to a private rooftop terrace, community lounge, bike storage and underground parking.
The rooftop deck at Ontario 17.
Ontario 17 condominiums are designed to meet a variety of needs, with studios and two-bedroom homes still available.
Only a few condominium homes remain at Ontario 17. Studio pricing begins in the high $200s and two-bedroom, two-bath homes are in the mid $600s.
For more information, visit the Sales Gallery located at 2550 17th Street, NW or call 202.660.0096.
This article originally published at http://dc.urbanturf.com/articles/blog/fleeting_chance_to_own_in_adams_morgan/11833
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