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Just 8 Units Remain at Columbia Height's Newest Luxury Condo
When 20-unit luxury condominium Quincy at Fourteenth hit the market this spring, units were quickly snapped up. You can attribute the great interest in Quincy to its bright, “new traditional” interiors by DC-based designer Darryl Carter, who has repeatedly been named one of Architectural Digest’s “Top 100 Tastemakers.” Or to the property’s prime 14th Street NW location, in the heart of Columbia Heights. Or it could be the spacious floor plans and high-end finishes.
Now just eight units remain and, with construction complete, all are available for immediate move-in. To make an appointment to tour Quincy at Fourteenth, visit the property’s website here.
Floor-to-ceiling windows at Quincy at Fourteenth.
Floor plans at Quincy include one-bedroom plus den and two-bathroom units and two-bedroom, two-bathroom units ranging in size from around 850 square feet to almost 1,000 square feet. Finishes for Quincy are high-end and include custom hardwood floors, nine-foot ceilings, seven-foot solid core doors, stainless steel KitchenAid® appliances, Bellini Sahara Blanco White Gloss cabinets, Cambria® Quartz countertops and cast iron Kohler tubs. The building includes a large rooftop patio (also curated by Darryl Carter), lush landscaping, underground parking, bike storage, a 7-11 convenience store in the building's ground floor retail space and a neighborhood full of well-loved bars, restaurants and shops.
High-end finishes at Quincy at Fourteenth.
Columbia Heights favorites include The Wydown coffee bar, Maple, Thip Khoa, Bad Saint, The Coupe, Cava Grill, Sticky Fingers bakery and The Airedale, among many others. Nearby, residents will also find Giant and Yes! Organic grocery stores, as well as yoga studios and a Washington Sports Club. Quincy at Fourteenth is a short walk from both the Columbia Heights and Petworth Metro stations and has direct access to the 14th Street Metro buses.
For more information on Quincy at Fourteenth, visit the property’s website here.
This article originally published at https://dc.urbanturf.com/articles/blog/just_8_units_remain_at_columbia_heights_newest_luxury_condo/11424.
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