An external rendering of Georgia Row.
Georgia Row at Walter Reed, a collection of townhome-style condominiums coming to the much anticipated Walter Reed redevelopment and developed by Craftmark Homes and Elm Street Development, bring together the best of two housing styles: the multi-level feel of a townhome, with the convenience of a condo.
The homes at Georgia Row at Walter Reed are spacious and have either one -, two- or three-bedroom floor plans. The multi-level designs -- with the living room and kitchen on the main level, and bedrooms on the upper and lower levels -- provide residents with plenty of open space and privacy.
A rendering of the living room space at Georgia Row.
With two distinct style packages available, buyers will be able to choose a range of finishes from hardwood flooring to countertops to kitchen hardware to moulding designs and much more. Expected to deliver early 2017, pricing for the residences begins in the low $300,000s, with off-street parking available for purchase.
Georgia Row at Walter Reed is ideally located in close proximity to downtown Silver Spring and the Takoma Metro station, and will have direct access to sough-after restaurants, shops, entertainment venues and museums.
A rendering of the kitchen at Georgia Row.
The Grand Opening for Georgia Row at Walter Reed is scheduled for Thursday, September 22nd, from 5-7pm at 1416 P Street NW. The event is the first chance for the public to see the property's various finishing packages. An exclusive Grand Opening incentive will be offered to those in attendance. To RSVP for the event, click here.
For more information about Georgia Row at Walter Reed, contact Darsheika Giles or Lily Yoseph with McWilliams|Ballard by phone at 202-750-5810 or via email at or through the website at www.georgiarowcondominiums.com.
This article originally published at https://dc.urbanturf.com/articles/blog/georgia_avenues_first_taste_of_urban_luxury/11675.
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