One hundred years in the making, modern condominium living in DC can now be yours.
At 1745N, your life will be elevated to art. Blending timeless character and modern design, peaceful privacy and urban access, the luxury condominium residences at the Historic Row and Modern Flats of 1745N are now selling. Are you ready to live your masterpiece?
A rendering of a living room at 1745N.
The Historic Row features century-old landmark homes restored and reimagined in a 21st-century condominium style, where curated character accents highlight the unique charm of the row’s classic origins. Next door are the Modern Flats, an elegant new building distinguished by sophisticated style and cutting-edge design.
A rendering of the exterior and courtyard for 1745N.
Set on a quiet, tree-lined street less than two blocks from the Metro and the urban energy of Dupont Circle, the unique, high-style residences of the Historic Row are set for completion in mid-2018. The Modern Flats will follow suit, reaching their full potential later that year.
With prices from the $500,000s to $3 million, you can choose between a variety of unique and stylish floorplans, including impressive penthouse residences. A successful grand opening in September has interest piqued and reservations filling fast, but home shoppers can still schedule a private appointment at the Sales Gallery by calling 202.609.9620.
While the exterior of the Historic Row catches the eye with vintage style and timeless architecture, the interior strikes an impressive balance between classic and contemporary design. Exposed, well-aged brick is juxtaposed by sparkling quartz countertops. Wide-plank hardwood floors blend seamlessly, complementing both new and vintage elements. Large windows, high ceilings and private balconies create a feeling of even more space, freedom and openness.
A rendering of a kitchen at 1745N.
The Modern Flats is a new six-story condominium tower that offers a gateway to the lifestyle here. These residences incorporate the latest modern design styles, complementing spacious open floorplans.
To learn more about inspired living at 1745N, or to schedule a private appointment, visit 1745N.com. Sign up as a VIP to ensure you’ll receive the latest updates and offers.
This article originally published at https://dc.urbanturf.com/articles/blog/new_luxury_condominiums_now_selling_in_dupont_circle_at_1745n/13144.
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