A living room at Park Plaza.
As Washington, DC, explodes with new residential real estate, many home hunters are seeking new, ground-up properties. But just as many are on the hunt for tastefully renovated properties that have the architectural detail and charm of historic DC.
Park Plaza Residences, located on Park Road between 14th and 16th Streets in Columbia Heights (map), is one such property. This five-story condominium was painstakingly renovated and updated with tons of modern finishes, while maintaining charming interior and exterior details including a unique brick façade.
Park Plaza has 80 total units, including studios (as large as 419 square feet), one-bedroom and one-bath condos (405 to 681 square feet), and two-bedroom and one-bath condos (716 square feet). Prices range from $159,900 for studios to $339,900 for two-bedroom condos, and homes are slated for December 2013 move-in dates.
A kitchen at Park Plaza.
After hitting the market last week, Park Plaza has already sold a handful of condos and will hold an open House this weekend, on Saturday and Sunday between noon and 4:00pm.
Among the many interior updates are wide-plank hardwood flooring, raised coffer ceilings, double-paned windows and Energy Star™ heating/cooling (adding to the homes’ energy efficiency), maple cabinetry, in-home washer/dryer, and stainless steel appliances.
A study at Park Plaza.
Park Plaza is located less than two blocks from the Columbia Heights Metro station, close to dozens of restaurants and shops in Columbia Heights, Adams Morgan and the U Street Corridor.
Interested buyers should contact James LoBocchiaro or Laina Lee of McWilliams|Ballard by email at email@example.com and firstname.lastname@example.org, or by phone at 202-350-2313. Or visit the Park Plaza website and sign up for additional information here.
This article originally published at https://dc.urbanturf.com/articles/blog/park_plaza_sales_underway_for_80_modern_condos_in_columbia_heights/7686.
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