GDoN “Top floor!” edition

This unit is located at 460 New York Avenue, Northwest. The listing says:

“Amazing new contemporary building in Mt. Vernon Triangle. #1006 is the last 1+Den. Top floor! Upgraded appliances, wide plank flooring throughout (incl den and bedroom), quartz counter in kitchen & bathroom, kitchen glass backsplash, Juliet balcony, southern exposure, views incl top of Capitol dome! Nice, open floor plan. INCL 1 garage space! 460NYA offers concierge, sky lounge, terrace, & more!”

You can see more photos here.

This 1 bed/1 bath is going for $569,900 ($530 monthly fee.)

12 Comment

  • justinbc

    $750 sqft for that area? Bahahah….

    • justinbc

      PLUS $500+ / month condo fee, ballsy.

    • Nice-looking unit, but I’m with you. That seems quite steep, especially given that you front crappy NY Ave, right next to where traffic backs up to the 395 ramp.

      • tonyr

        Or handy access to 395, instead of having to wait for the 3 second green light to cross over from 4th St like I do every morning. But it’s expensive and you don’t even get a vessel sink.

    • I don’t disagree on it not being a deal and being overpriced, but you seem to always crap on that area whenever anything in that area comes up. I’m unsure when you’ve been over there, but it’s a pretty decent area. With more stuff being built up all around it. I think the location is pretty decent. It’s walking distance to Shaw, Chinatown, Penn Quarter, NoMA and if you work downtown, you could walk to work from there. In fact I walk to work downtown and I live north of this in Shaw.

      Overpriced yeah, but $750 sqft is high for pretty much everywhere in the city. Not just “for that area.”

      • justinbc

        “always crap on that area”
        I have no clue what you’re referring to, because things in this area rarely get posted here, and I have no particular dislike for it (it’s not far from one of my former favorite bars ever, The Passenger). If you could provide some link as reference for your opinion it would be useful.

  • The photo you posted led me to believe that some realtor had staged a 760 square-foot condo with a giant pool table where the living room should be.

  • It’s way overpriced, top floor or not. A 1+den at that square footage will have small rooms. The balcony becomes a necessity to open up that kind of space. It’s a fairly convenient area–near Safeway, walking distance to Gallery Place, etc., although a little far from Logan/14th. The one short-term drawback would be all the traffic related to 395 and other construction in the area.

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