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Hundreds Come Out for the Grand Opening of 1745N in Dupont Circle
The condominium residences at 1745N in Dupont Circle celebrated their Grand Opening much to the delight of current buyers, interested prospects and the entire development team. The Grand Opening of the Historic Row at 1745N offered a glimpse at the excitement and demand for these unique new condominium residences now selling in the heart of Dupont Circle.
Attendees were able to tour two fully decorated model residences and marvel at the luxury appointments throughout the lobby — including a grand staircase that has been painstakingly restored to its former glory. The attention to detail and care that has been taken to restore the splendor of the historic facades of these former brownstones is remarkable, while the upgrades inside have created residences that are truly one-of-a-kind.
“We couldn’t have been more pleased with the reaction from our guests when they saw the Historic Row for the first time,” said Chris Masters, Executive Vice President at McWilliams|Ballard. “Our vision for these condominiums has been fully realized and we are looking forward to welcoming our first homeowners to this remarkable community.”
With a limited number of homes available, prospective owners can choose between signature penthouses available from $3 million, two-bedroom residences from $1.1 million and one-bedroom residences from the $700’s. Homes feature first-class finishes, including wide-plank hardwood flooring, two-tone custom cabinetry, spa quality baths and ceiling heights that exceed 10 feet.
Historic Row at 1745N offers a peaceful, luxurious retreat on a quiet, tree-lined street, just steps from Dupont Circle and all the excitement that entails. With some of the city’s best shopping and dining just moments away, life at 1745N brings a walkable, Metro-accessible lifestyle that blends together everything that’s great about DC living.
To schedule a private tour, visit www.1745N.com or call 202.602.2310.
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