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The 29 Newest Condos in Brookland Open Their Doors
Sales are underway and move-ins around the corner at The Barker, a brand-new, uniquely stylish boutique condominium that sits in an ideal Brookland location. Though several of the 29 homes are now under contact, The Barker still has plenty of modern one- and two-bedroom residences available.
The Barker is also offering a limited time incentive: 2.5% savings that can be used toward closing costs, interest rate buy downs, or the sales price.
In addition to the one- and two-bedroom homes—most of which feature private outdoor spaces—there are also a pair of two-bedroom, two-bath penthouse residences with corner exposures, private roof decks and amazing views of the surrounding neighborhood, including the Basilica.
Encased in metal, floor-to-ceiling glass and slate gray siding, The Barker cuts a modern, clean profile. Inside, the design and finishes are equally cutting-edge and include an intriguing combination of textures and colors. All homes come with neutral wide plank flooring, abundant closet space, one-panel wood doors, full-sized washers and dryers and recessed lighting.
Finish palettes vary by residence, with some kitchens featuring white quartz countertops complimented by cobalt blue and white two-tone cabinetry, and others offering sleek, modern all-white cabinetry and countertops. All residences have high-efficiency dishwashers, Mirabella pull-down faucets, and stainless-steel appliances. The bathrooms come with modern slab vanities, large format porcelain tiled floors and, in some, deep soaking tubs.
The Barker has secured entry and high-tech, boutique-style features, in addition to a shared community rooftop deck with a live green roof and panoramic views of DC. The building is pet-friendly and offers both bike storage and limited private parking.
The Barker is a short walk to the Rhode Island-Brentwood Metro and is across the street from the Alamo Drafthouse and the Rhode Island Avenue Shopping Center. In addition to those conveniences immediately surrounding The Barker, the property is a short trip to Union Market, Union Station, Catholic University, NoMa, the H Street Corridor and Ivy City.
Pricing at The Barker starts from the mid $300s and two on-site models are now available to tour by appointment, or at The Barker’s weekly open houses (see website for timing).
For more information, visit the property online at TheBarkerDC.com or contact the McWilliams|Ballard sales team at (202) 695-7173.
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