Behind the classic, bay-front exterior of Pacific Row, boutique developer PT Blooms is putting the finishes touches on five ultra-modern, luxury condominiums.
When PT Blooms began work on Pacific Row, it discovered an historic Dupont Circle building in remarkable structural condition. The team set to work on an exterior restoration and aggressively modern, yet deliberately inviting interior renovation that features sophisticated European finishes, high-end appliances, a ten-foot rear expansion and several private outdoor spaces.
A living room at Pacific Row.
Finishes include two-tone custom cabinetry, textured porcelain, beachy oak floors and exposed brick walls. Homes measure up to 1,400 square feet and with one home already under contract, the property is offering one- and two-bedroom condos starting at $469,000.
A kitchen at Pacific Row.
Pacific Row is located at 1713 S ST NW (map), just off New Hampshire Avenue. Though steps from the heart of Dupont Circle and Adams Morgan, the property sits on a strictly residential block of historic homes. Pacific Row is just across from the S Street Dog Park and around the corner from the neighborhood’s low-key 17th Street commercial strip.
For more information on Pacific Row, click here or contact Washington Fine Property’s Kerry Fortune Carlsen or Liza Tanner Boyd at 202-660-4525.
This article originally published at https://dc.urbanturf.com/articles/blog/now_selling_5_ultra_modern_condos_in_a_historic_dupont_rowhouse/12778.
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