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The Grand Opening of 1745N is Almost Here
It’s nearly ready.
An exquisite Dupont Circle lifestyle 100 years in the making is upon us. Be there for the debut of 1745N on Thursday, October 11th.
Experience a life that until now you’ve only imagined. Surrounded by all the vibrant buzz, activity and access of Dupont Circle in the heart of our nation’s capital, yet tucked away along a quiet, tree-lined street that offers all the serenity of an urban escape and all the connections of a close-knit neighborhood.
1745N is comprised of two buildings, the Historic Row and the Modern Flats, each with a unique and elegant approach to modern condominium living.
At the Historic Row, century-old rowhomes have been reimagined and renovated to absolute perfection. Enter the building and you’re welcomed by an elegant entry and a grand staircase. Residences here start from the $600s. Each is exquisite, and the penthouse residences are breathtaking.
The Modern Flats is a new condominium tower across a peaceful courtyard. Filled with modern design and open spaces, plus balconies and terraces for ultimate relaxation, these residences are perfect for enjoying the city life. Modern Flats residences start from the $400s.
In each building, the spaces are amplified by expansive windows welcoming natural light into the residences. Premium hardwood flooring creates a sense of elegance, while Italian cabinetry and stainless steel appliances add to the luxury.
At the Grand Opening, you can see it all –– a coming together of past, present and future. The result is perfection.
RSVP today by visiting 1745N online or by calling 202.602.2310.
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