Dupont Circle’s newest condominium project, 1745N brings together history with distinctive modern designs, as six row homes are reimagined into contemporary living spaces. Deemed the Historic Row, these residences feature large windows, unique and spacious floorplans, plus soaring ceilings reaching heights of over 12 feet. Homes in the Historic Row will range in price from the mid $600s to $1.7 million. The pinnacle of these residences is its collection of extraordinary penthouses starting from $2.8 million.
In addition to the renovations to the historic structure, a new condominium is under construction alongside the Historic Row. This new six-story building, dubbed the Modern Flats and built behind the historic row homes, will feature a contemporary design aesthetic that includes modern features and artful, elegant touches.
The open-concept floorplans flow easily from room-to-room, creating a relaxing and refreshing lifestyle on a quiet, tree-lined street just steps from the vibrant energy of one of D.C.’s most sought-after neighborhoods, Dupont Circle.
Located on N Street between 17th Street and 18th Street, 1745N is within walking distance to some of the city's best restaurants, bars and boutiques, as well as the Dupont Circle Metro station. 1745N residents will have luxury and convenience at their doorstep, with scenic views of the city and relaxing outdoor space.
Sales at 1745N are expected to begin in the coming months.
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