Despite boasting some of DC’s finest nightlife and restaurant options, Mount Vernon Triangle has fallen behind in residential development, with just a few new condo and townhome options popping up in recent years. So, the arrival this week of 460NYA, a 63-unit, 11-story condominium at 460 New York Avenue NW (map) from developer Bozzuto Homes was met with a great deal of anticipation.
460NYA will celebrate a grand opening with a blowout event this Thursday at 1402 14th Street NW (map) from 5pm to 7pm. Drinks and hors d’oeuvres will be served, and attendees will get the first glimpse of the brand new condo development. Partygoers will have the opportunity to make sales appointments that evening, and the sales office will open the following day. To RSVP for the event, click here.
The ground up development — featuring studios, one-bedroom and two bedroom homes starting in the low $400,000s — took over the site of a former warehouse in Mount Vernon Triangle and has one of the most modern facades in the neighborhood.
Inside, 460NYA is outfitted with contemporary European-inspired finishes, like glossy white cabinetry and sleek gray flooring. Buyers can also custom fit their homes with one of 14 combinations of finishes, and kitchen and bathroom upgrade packages. In-building amenities include a rooftop terrace (with South Beach-style cabanas), a Mad Men-inspired lobby, secure and controlled building access, a concierge desk, and vertical lift parking — an innovative garage design that will relieve the demand for street parking.
460NYA is within walking distance of the Verizon Center and the Gallery Place shops, the National Portrait Gallery, Busboys and Poets, coffeehouses, spas and gyms. Both a Harris Teeter and a Safeway are located within just a few blocks.
This article originally published at http://dc.urbanturf.com/articles/blog/thursday_grand_opening_for_460nya_dcs_newest_luxury_condos/8246
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