The Brooks, a collection of 89 elegantly appointed one-, two- and three-bedroom condominiums at The Parks—a new community at the former site of the Walter Reed campus and the location of DC's newest Whole Foods grocery store—is 50% sold and currently offering immediate move-ins.
The Walter Reed campus is home to many historic buildings, and The Brooks was designed to fit in with that aesthetic—at least from the outside. The exterior has a traditional look, with a red brick façade and concrete casting, while the building’s interiors are entirely modern.
Features and fixtures in the new condos include hardwood floors, shaker style kitchen cabinetry, Bosch stainless steel appliances, porcelain tile backsplashes and Kohler faucets. The residences boast plenty of windows and natural light, and many feature balconies with views of 20 acres of landscaped green spaces including an Arts Park and dog park, opening this summer, as well as the Great Lawn and Officer’s Walk.
Residents of The Brooks will enjoy a beautiful lobby and roof deck as well as one year of complimentary access to all of the amenities at neighboring The Vale apartments, including a fitness center, yoga studio, co-working space, pet spa and stunning saltwater pool with cabanas. Parking is available at The Brooks as well.
Urban Pace is currently offering model tours and hard hat tours of remaining homes. To make an appointment, reach the Urban Pace sales team by phone at 202.315.5431 or by email at email@example.com.
The Parks is located in the heart of upper Northwest DC and will include 190,000 square feet of retail, including the new Whole Foods, and 20,000 square feet of creative and cultural space. The campus is now open, and the Great Lawn will host a variety of events this summer including outdoor concerts, fitness classes and a farmers’ market.
This article originally published at https://dc.urbanturf.com/articles/blog/move-in-now-at-one-of-dcs-most-exciting-new-condo-communities/18204.
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