Monday, January 05, 2009

New Condo Report: Park View Condominiums


New Condo Report: Having just been completed over the Thanksgiving holiday, the Park View Condominiums are the latest addition to the Parkview/Petworth condo market. Located at 3573 Warder Street, NW - just across the street from Bruce Monroe Elementary School and Parkview Recreation Center - the new condominium offers 8 two-bedroom, two bath, two-story loft condominiums that range in price from $369,00-$423,000.

Culled from the renovation of circa 1910 District apartment building, the units offer all the trappings of the 21st century with built-in speakers, iPod docks, ADT security systems, three-way gas fireplaces, and pre-wired flatscreen mantles. The kitchens feature stainless steel appliances, range hoods and granite countertops, while the adjoining living rooms sport Brazilian wood floors, recessed lighting and video monitoring of the building’s communal front entrance way.

Once inside the easy-to-spot, chartreuse building, floorplans vary from 1200-1400 square feet – all with two master suites and an upstairs den. The four slightly larger lofts in the property’s rear have the added advantage an extra ground floor half-bath and access to the pressure-treated wooden balconies-cum-fire escape that also serve as a rear entrance. All bathrooms feature imported tile and hand-painted, freestanding Italian glass sinks.

The Park View stands four blocks southeast of the Petworth Metro, though as an urban sacrifice to the automobile, the project's backyard features a paved and gated parking lot.

Renovation procedures at the Park View were overseen by STX LLC and Crisa Developments, while designs were supplied by Kellete & Associates.

5 comments:

Anonymous said...

These look awesome! I live near here too.

Anonymous said...

I have looked around A LOT in this neighborhood and downtown Columbia Heights, I haven't seen any condo with this much room and very cool features with such a nice price tag! I saw the realtor website on the sign, it says ADMCREALTORS.com... cool pictures here too.

Anonymous said...

it's a shame the front is a complete eye sore.

hammerhead on Jan 15, 2009, 10:03:00 PM said...

this is the crappiest looking apt I have seen in the City

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