Sponsored: Learn About 15 New Condo Projects at One Event

  • May 18, 2012

by UrbanTurf Sponsor

DC’s premier new home sales brokerage firm Urban Pace will be hosting its first annual Spring Fling Event on Saturday, May 19th from 12pm-4pm at its sales center located at 1104 17th Street NW (map). The event will showcase six new residential buildings that are now available for move in and nine exciting developments that will be available in the fall.

“This is a very exciting time in the real estate industry; there has never been a better time to purchase,” Jeremy Aldridge, Vice President of Urban Pace, says. “The Spring Fling will give buyers the opportunity to see our successful current selling buildings as well as the phenomenal projects that are coming in the fall.”

From Georgetown to Petworth, from Capitol Hill to Columbia Heights, Urban Pace is selling and building some of the best projects in DC. Check out a few of them below and stop by on Saturday to see that there is something for everyone. No RSVP necessary.

Sneak Peek: Now Selling

Sponsored: Learn About 15 New Condo Projects at One Event: Figure 1
The Aston

The Aston

Live in the middle of what’s happening and hot. The Aston, situated at the corner of 14th and R Street NW is 14th Street’s newest luxury condominium featuring a hip, current design aesthetic perfect for those seeking urban living at its best. The 31-unit condo development was designed by Bonstra|Haresign, and prices will start in the $300’s.

Sponsored: Learn About 15 New Condo Projects at One Event: Figure 2
The Standard Eleven

The Standard Eleven

Featuring 11 units including one- and two-bedrooms, duplexes, and loft style penthouses, The Standard Eleven will offer the highest level of contemporary living with amazing features and finishes. Many homes feature private outdoor spaces and there is an amazing community roof deck. Located at 1109 M Street NW (map), The Standard Eleven is only 1.5 blocks from the Metro and three blocks from the 14th Street Corridor, the most vibrant retail, shopping, nightlife and neighborhood amenity corridor in the city.

Sneak Peek: Coming Soon

Sponsored: Learn About 15 New Condo Projects at One Event: Figure 3
The Maia

The Maia

The Maia will be located at 1350 Maryland Avenue NE (map), at the intersection of historic Capitol Hill and the hip H Street Atlas District. With 84 one- and two-bedroom residences, all featuring top of the line finishes and features, The Maia will be sure to offer a place for you to call home.

Sponsored: Learn About 15 New Condo Projects at One Event: Figure 4
Rendering of a unit in The Schafer.

The Schafer

The Schafer is a unique collection of residences that signify the rebirth of a magnificent estate in Mount Pleasant. Built in 1909 by Charles Schafer, President of the American Fire Insurance Company, the house, located on a 12,000 square-foot lot at 3324 18th Street NW (map) has been transformed into 12 one- and two-bedroom units.The Schafer honors the legacy of the neighborhood’s charm and character and also celebrates the unparalleled craftsmanship reminiscent of a era long ago.

This article originally published at https://dc.urbanturf.com/articles/blog/sponsored_urban_pace_announces_new_projects_with_spring_fling_this_saturday/5551

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