Sales for Peninsula 88—the only new condominium in DC’s Buzzard Point neighborhood—have begun and news of what’s to come for the community has resulted in a swift sales pace. With just 110 new homes, the opportunity to buy in this highly-anticipated neighborhood is limited.
Tours of Peninsula 88's model home are now available by appointment. To learn more, visit the development online here.
Peninsula 88 features a one-of-a-kind location steps from the river's edge and Buzzard Point's many planned shops and cafes—including a farm-to-table restaurant, a plant-based food hall by James Beard award winner Spike Gjerde and a fish-themed bistro from the owners of Tony and Joe's.
The community is bounded by Buzzard Point Park, a designated national park, offering unobstructed views of the Anacostia River and the Capitol building.
With a May delivery date, prospective buyers can find every detail about these homes online, including pricing, finishes, floor plans, walk through videos and views from each unit. Buyers can also purchase online to take advantage of the limited time three percent discount before the building delivers, valued at up to $60,000 off. Peninsula 88 pricing ranges from the low $500s to $1.7M.
Peninsula 88 features one bedrooms, one bedrooms plus den, and two bedroom floorplans, ranging from 700 to 1,400 square feet. Nearly every home features a half bath as well. All of the development's penthouses have already sold.
Peninsula 88 was skillfully designed as a unique urban oasis, with interiors that feature natural, minimalist finishes like wide plank, sustainably-sourced wood flooring; custom closets by Organized Living; custom roller blinds; Thermofoil white high gloss cabinetry; gray quartz countertops; and chrome finished Fluid Oceanside fixtures. Homes also feature spacious balconies and bedrooms with tranquil water views.
Peninsula 88 boasts a host of on-site amenities, including remote concierge services, a community room, a Luxer package room system, car charging stations, refrigerated storage for food deliveries, dry cleaning services, bike storage a dog wash area and a car wash area. The property also has a large rooftop space with grilling stations, dining areas, fire pits and amazing views of both the city and the Potomac and Anacostia rivers. Underground parking and private storage areas are available at an additional cost.
Buzzard Point is poised to be a booming new commercial neighborhood, with millions of square feet of mixed-use development planned over the next couple of years. The neighborhood is home to Audi Field and is also bordered by hotspots like the Navy Yard and the Southwest Waterfront, both home to many dozens of shops, restaurants, bars, cafes and grocery stores.
This article originally published at https://dc.urbanturf.com/articles/blog/sales-for-buzzard-points-only-new-condominium-are-moving-quickly/16509.
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