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Luxury Condominiums at 1745N are Now Move In Ready
Style, elegance and convenience are brought together at 1745N to deliver uncompromising beauty in the center of everything you love about your favorite city.
The luxurious condominium residences at 1745N are nestled in the heart of downtown DC, by some of the District’s best shopping, entertainment and dining. With homes now available for immediate move-in and a host of exquisitely designed models ready for touring, there has never been a better time to discover 1745N.
Ranging from the $700’s to $3M+, there’s a residence to fit every luxury budget. New models have just opened, allowing you to experience a variety of available floor plans. Inside, you’ll see unique, modern features tucked behind a classic, historic exterior. Premium European design complements rustic finishes, including exposed brick accent walls that serve as a subtle nod to the original architecture.
More than half of the residences have already sold, with more people choosing to make their downtown dreams a reality every day.
If the epitome of luxurious city living is what you’re looking for in a dream home, you need to see 1745N today.
Ready to see it for yourself? Visit www.1745N.com to preview the floor plans and come for a tour. The models and sales gallery are open daily from 12pm to 4pm. Or call 202.602.2310 to learn more.
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