Motif, a new collection of 30 modern condominium homes located in DC at the corner of 7th and Kennedy Street, will start sales in early May.
Motif inspires city living at its best, with sleek residences and several modes of public transportation nearby, including the Fort Totten Metro, Capital Bikeshare, and a stop for the 79 and 70 bus lines taking residents directly downtown. With available studio, one-bedroom, two-bedroom and penthouse residences, prices will start from the low $300s.
Motif’s residents will enjoy a wide range of luxurious amenities, including secure building access, a spacious interior lobby with custom millwork and generous seating, a convenient elevator, secure package and bicycle storage rooms and a private rooftop terrace with spectacular city views.
Motif’s thoughtfully designed residences feature bright, open living spaces with abundant floor-to-ceiling windows and hardwood floors throughout. All designs include a chef-inspired kitchen with stainless steel appliances, quartz countertops with tile backsplash, modern flat-panel cabinetry and a center island with convenient shelving and drawers on select units.
Motif is being developed by Bello Realty Partners. Sales are by Smith l Schnider. For more information visit www.motifdc.com or contact Jay Zelaska at 202-900-9430.
Pursuant to the District of Columbia Inclusionary Zoning program, income restricted units are available at this development. Please contact the Department of Housing and Community Development at www.dhcd.dc.gov regarding the availability of such units and requirements for registration in the Inclusionary Zoning program. Please see Sales Manager for details.
This article originally published at https://dc.urbanturf.com/articles/blog/inside-the-newest-30-unit-condo-development-along-dcs-kennedy-street-corrid/19501.
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