Lock7 Development is widely recognized as one of the region’s top boutique condo developers. The firm will deliver more than 75 units this summer, from large luxury condominium buildings to boutique townhome conversions. Four of these exciting projects are highlighted below.
A kitchen at Northern Liberties.
The Corey is a new construction, 49-unit condominium building located only two blocks from H Street NE at 1111 Orren St NE (map). The Corey offers a number of amenities including a bike storage room and an expansive rooftop lounge complete with a wellness room, green roof, community kitchen, grill stations and unobstructed city views. When residents are not lounging on the roof they can take advantage of some of the city’s most popular restaurants and bars such as Maketto, H Street Country Club, Red Rocks and The Rock & Roll Hotel, or catch a show at The Atlas Performing Arts Center.
A kitchen at The Corey.
The units feature large windows, balconies in select units and contemporary finishes. The Corey offers studio, one- and two-bedroom units with prices starting in the low $300s. Sales have started with McWilliams Ballard and a sales gallery is open by appointment. Completion and move-ins are slated for June 2016. More details can be found online here.
Brooks Row is a 22-unit new construction project located at 2724 12th Street NE (map) in booming Brookland. Brooks Row features townhome-style residences with airy contemporary finishes, large private roof decks with sweeping city views, spacious floorplans and parking for each unit. Brooks Row is only a few blocks away from The Rhode Island Metro Station and a short walk to neighborhood eaterties such as Menomale, Brookland’s Finest and Busboys and Poets. Sales are currently underway by Urban Pace and only a few units remain. Lock7 anticipates a June delivery. More details can be found online here.
Patterson Row is a former grand victorian rowhome converted into two large two-bed, two-and-a-half bath units located at 1124 6th Street NE (map), near Union Market and only two blocks from the new Whole Foods. The residences feel like custom homes with fine attention to detail and carefully designed floorplans. The finishes include custom inset floor-to-ceiling kitchen cabinets, tall ceilings with eight-foot doors, walk-in master bedroom closets and large decks fit for entertaining. Secure parking is included. Sales are by Tom Faison with Remax. The units will hit the market next week with prices starting in the low $700s.
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