Situated directly across the street from the highly anticipated Walter Reed District redevelopment, The Delaney, a boutique, nine-unit condominium has officially kicked off sales. Rooted in history and rising for the future, The Delaney includes one-, two- and three-bedroom homes—including two uniquely designed duplex penthouse units with private outdoor space —with prices ranging from the high $200s to the low $700s.
All of the residences at The Delaney are light-filled, airy and fully outfitted with stainless steel GE Café appliances, custom stained white oak cabinets, white quartz countertops, Nest thermostats and wide plank natural matte finish white oak flooring. Select one- and two-bedroom units include balconies and on-site amenities include a landscaped outdoor courtyard, secure bike rack and stroller lockers.
The penthouses at The Delaney measure up to 1,634 square feet and have two master bedrooms, living rooms with 22-foot ceilings and private rooftop terraces with gas grill lines and wet bars. Each penthouse also comes with parking.
The Delaney has a Walk Score of 88 and will give residents easy access to Rock Creek Park, downtown Takoma Park, downtown Silver Spring and is right across the street from the new Walter Reed District development, that will include a variety of retail options including a grocery store, arts and cultural space, 20 acres of open space in addition to apartments and condominiums.
Be among the first to take full advantage of this exclusive opportunity to call this exciting neighborhood home. For more information visit www.thedelaneydc.com. To schedule a private showing of The Delaney, contact Urban Pace’s Kate Hanley and Jose Ramirez by phone at 202.753.5541 or by email at firstname.lastname@example.org.
This article originally published at https://dc.urbanturf.com/articles/blog/new-boutique-condominiums-now-selling-in-walter-reed-district/13851.
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