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GDoN “New!!” edition

by Prince Of Petworth January 10, 2017 at 12:05 pm 7 Comments


This unit is located at 3415 14th Street, NW. The Redfin listing says:

“New!! 4 Fabulous, Contemporary, Luxury Condos, Wall of Windows- Natural Light. Three 2 BR 2.5 BA, & One 3 BR 3.5 BA PH. Two roof decks, balcony/decks, patio, gourmet kit w/ stone enclosed island, floor to ceil porcelain & glass baths, recessed & pendant lights, video intercom, prewired speaker & alarm system, W/ D, high end ss appl, wine chiller, parking avail $35K, 2 blocks from metro at 14th St.”


You can see more photos here.

This 2 bed/2.5 bath is going for $659,900 ($148 monthly fee.)

  • tacopuss

    I like how they couldn’t quite cut out the abandoned half-constructed dump directly adjacent to it.

    Also not pictured: the fire station directly across the street where people still poop on the street.

  • JS

    I hope the windows are thick, because there’s a very active fire station across the street.

  • Paul

    You’ll want that fire station nearby given the hulking, weathered, abandoned plywood shanty attached to your condo, regularly full of squatters, which has had zero building code enforcement nor penalty taxes by DC despite looking like that for nearly a decade. (Wasn’t Nadeau supposed to fix all that?)

  • I can’t believe they’re not advertising its proximity to the Bacon Funeral Home!

  • Tim

    The insides look great but I’d only consider this if I was living on the top floor. I walk by this almost every day and being on the lower levels with those big windows on such a high pedestrian traffic street would really be “on exhibit” living with next to no privacy. That’s not to say plenty of other apartments in DC don’t look out directly onto a busy sidewalk, but I’ve always felt these units looked particularly exposed. Being across from a fire station across the street doesn’t help either.

  • ColHeist

    No no no no no no no no no no no!

  • Contessa of Cleveland Park

    Monthly fee of $148 seems very low. Check whether the developer is adequately budgeting for shared expenses (insurance, maintenance, snow and trash removal, common utilities, repair and replacement reserves, etc.) before signing on the dotted line. Twice, I’ve bought new condos where fees went up steeply once control passed from the developer to the co-owners.


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