Sales begin this weekend at The Embassy Condominium, a restored condo project off 16th Street that melds the building's history with modern touches and amenities.
Located at 1613 Harvard Street NW (map), The Embassy offers studios, one-bedrooms and two-bedrooms starting in the low $200,000s. The units feature stainless steel appliances with maple cabinetry, hardwood floors throughout, and balconies in select units. On-site parking is also available.
While the building has maintained its grand lobby, a number of modern amenities have been added including a media lounge, fitness center, and controlled-access entry.
The location of The Embassy is pretty hard to beat. The 76-unit building is steps to both the nightlife of Adams Morgan and the shops and public transportation of Columbia Heights. The Metro is only a few blocks away.
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