The Villages at Dakota Crossing. Click to learn more.
The Villages at Dakota Crossing (map) is a Washington, DC neighborhood that combines shopping, dining and daily needs, right in the city. Offering you the best of classic DC living, this townhome community is made for walking.
Dakota Crossing’s 3- and 4-level townhomes offer up to 2,900 square feet and include up to 4 bedrooms, 3½ baths and 1- or 2-car garages. Every home is ENERGY STAR® Certified for up to 30% lower* utility bills and backed by a 10-year structural warranty. Granite countertops, GE® appliances, hardwood flooring and a finished recreation room are all also included.
Just a few minutes’ drive from Capitol Hill, the Central Business District, I-295 and I-395, the Villages at Dakota Crossing, in conjunction with The Shops at Dakota Crossing, allows residents to walk more, drive less. This convenient location also offers easy commuting options – by foot, bike, metro, bus or car – to anywhere in the city, and to employment centers in the nearby Maryland suburbs or across the river in Northern Virginia.
The Shops at Dakota Crossing will offer cafes, restaurants, Lowes and daily conveniences like banks and dry cleaners in a "Main Street" style setting, all within walking distance to your new home. With a brand-new Costco just across the street and shops all around, you can run errands, try out new restaurants and embrace retail therapy, without ever opening the garage door.
Dakota Crossing offers the convenience of city living but also the affordability that makes it unlike any other project of its kind. Nowhere in the District can you find new or old construction with the availability of fine dining, shopping and transportation within the price ranges of these beautifully designed garage townhomes. Built by one of the nation’s most reputable builders, the Villages at Dakota Crossing bring a mix of the “old with the new” in one of DC’s most historic neighborhoods.
For more information and to visit the Villages at Dakota Crossing, please call 202.269.3059 or visit VillagesAtDakotaCrossingUT.com.
* According to the EPA, ENERGY STAR® Certified homes are typically up to 30% more efficient than standard new homes. Prices, offers and availability subject to change without notice. See a Sales and Marketing Representative for details.
This article originally published at https://dc.urbanturf.com/articles/blog/the_villages_at_dakota_crossing_offers_a_completely_walkable_d.c._/7453.
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