Last Chance to Own at the Top of Capitol Hill's Hottest Condominium
Emblem Barracks Row, the new 20-unit Capitol Hill condominium development by Bozzuto, officially launched on June 1st and sold 75 percent of the units in pre-sales. Only one of the property's six penthouses remains on the market, which features a second story loft that extends to an outdoor terrace. Click here to see the Emblem Barracks Row website featuring floorplans, pricing, features and available residences.
Emblem at Barracks Row bridges the historic Barracks Row neighborhood with the neighboring Navy Yard as a standout addition to the city’s oldest commercial district. The residences sit atop first floor retail spaces, with target vendors including coffee shops, boutique fitness studios and the like.
The final two-story penthouse includes two bedrooms, two bathrooms and a main-level den, and features like a built-in kitchen island, a walk-in closet and a parking spot. At nearly 1,300 square feet, the unit boasts terrace views of the Washington Monument and Capitol Building, and is priced at $959,900.
Finishes at Emblem Barracks Row include modern kitchens, floor-to-ceiling windows, Quartz countertops, Bosch appliances (including a washer/dryer) and wide-plank flooring throughout. Emblem has a package concierge and bike storage, and some on-site parking.
Barracks Row is a bustling commercial strip in the heart of Capitol Hill. Local restaurants include Medium Rare, Ted’s Bulletin and award-winning sister restaurants Rose’s Luxury and Pineapple & Pearls.
For more information, call 240-249-2908, email firstname.lastname@example.org, or visit the Emblem Barracks Row website here.
This article originally published at https://dc.urbanturf.com/articles/blog/last-chance-to-own-at-the-top-of-capitol-hills-hottest-condominium/14345.
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