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Sales Begin at Kite House, The Parks at Walter Reed’s Brand New Condominium
Kite House—the brand new condominium now selling at The Parks on the Walter Reed campus—is offering 109 contemporary residences and a new opportunity to live in this lush and lively new DC community.
Once complete, Kite House will offer elegant amenity spaces and stylish, sun-drenched one-, two-, and three- bedroom homes. The property is an exciting part of The Parks’ retail marketplace, boasting convenient proximity to the new Whole Foods Market and other shops.
The residences at Kite House will have high-end Pella windows, Kohler fixtures and Bosch stainless-steel Energy Star appliances, and most will also have either private terraces or balconies. Some will also have work nooks incorporated into their floor plans. Pricing ranges from the low $400s to over $1M.
Kite House is further elevated by a host of top-notch amenities, including concierge service, co-working space, a modern fitness center, and an inspiring indoor-outdoor lounge with a trellis, fire pit and grills overlooking the Marketplace Plaza. Parking is available for purchase, as is bike storage and both small and large storage units.
The Parks is located in the heart of upper Northwest DC and, once complete, will include 130,000 square feet of retail and arts spaces, anchored by a new Whole Foods Market and ample outdoor amenities including a dog park, playground, historic Great Lawn and Arts Plaza. The Parks’ campus also hosts a variety of outdoor concerts, fitness classes and a farmers’ market.
For more information about Kite House, visit the property online at KiteHouseDC.com or contact Kite House’s Urban Pace Sales Team by email at Kitehouse@urbanpace.com or by phone at 202.580.6014.
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