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Warehouse Windows and Capitol Views at Shaw’s Newest Boutique Condominium
The Adora, a boutique condominium development with nine unique residences, just hit the market in the heart of Shaw.
Located on a quiet side street above the former Holzbeierlein Bakery, once DC’s oldest bakery, each of the homes feature private garages on the ground floor level with plenty of room for storage and most include private terraces with impressive views of the Capitol and Washington Monument.
The first hard hat tours are now available by appointment and move-ins are slated to begin this winter. Contact the Urban Pace sales team for The Adora by phone at 202-580-6001, or visit the property online at Theadoradc.com.
The Adora interiors are modern in design with clean lines and large open floor plans ranging up to 1,700+ square feet. Warehouse windows provide symmetry with the original exterior and drench interiors with natural light.
Features of the homes include nine-foot ceilings; wide white oak plank flooring; Italkraft two-toned custom kitchen cabinets; Thermador stainless steel appliances; wine refrigerators; floating bathroom vanities; LED recessed lighting throughout; coved ceilings; soaking tubs (in select residences); frameless shower doors and Waterwork fixtures.
The building has two shared common spaces: a controlled-access lobby and a rooftop with both indoor and outdoor entertainment space. In addition to private garage parking, The Adora provides ample storage space, including space for bikes. The building is pet friendly.
Pricing for homes at The Adora range from $950,000 to $1.7M. Visit the property online at Theadoradc.com.
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This article originally published at https://dc.urbanturf.com/articles/blog/warehouse-windows-capitol-views-and-private-entrances-at-shaws-newest-bouti/17532.
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