Rendering of The Newport Tower. Courtesy of Lock 7 Development.
Named after a stone structure in Rhode Island that has been standing since the 1700’s, The Newport Tower will contain eight one-bedroom condos, priced starting from the $300,000’s. Three units will have private outdoor space and all residents will have access to a roof deck.
Interior shot of 1221 12th Street NW
Lock 7’s David Gorman told UrbanTurf that they have maintained a number of the original features at 1120 Rhode Island Avenue, including the fireplaces, heart of pine floors and stained glass windows. There are no interior renderings yet, but Gorman said the units will look similar to those at 1221 12th Street NW, another Lock 7 project.
The Newport Tower is in the demolition stage currently, but is expected to deliver in the next several months.
This article originally published at https://dc.urbanturf.com/articles/blog/the_newport_tower/4868.
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