Just a few blocks from Dupont Circle, the brand-new condominium residences at 1745N are certain to draw the eye. At 1745N, two unique buildings come together to create an incomparable opportunity for luxurious urban living in one of DC’s most vibrant neighborhoods.
With half of the Historic Row’s penthouses sold — and just 12 residences remaining at the Modern Flats — time is running out to come home to the only new condominium community in Dupont Circle. With homes available for immediate move-in and a variety of exquisitely designed models ready for touring, don’t miss out on your chance to discover 1745N.
Pricing starts from the $500s for one-bedroom residences in the Modern Flats and ranges up to $2.7M for the Historic Row’s spacious remaining penthouse residence. From top to bottom, there’s a home to fit every buyer's needs.
Each residence at 1745N is filled with inspired architectural accents, elegant chef-caliber kitchens, wide-plank hardwood floors and private balconies and terraces. Interior spaces range from nearly 700 square feet to over 2,200 square feet and are elevated with up to 12-foot ceilings and an abundance of windows. Select homes also offer private, off-street entrances.
Exclusive building amenities include a front desk concierge and lobby area, a private parking garage and secure owner and bicycle storage. The two buildings of 1745N come together in a historic connected central courtyard with a fire pit and outdoor lounge areas, perfect for outdoor entertaining and relaxation.
Plan your visit to 1745N today before this exceptional opportunity is gone. The on-site Sales Gallery is open Saturday and Sunday from 12pm to 4pm, or during the week by appointment. Schedule your private tour today!
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