Petworth’s New Eight 39 Condo Community is Going Fast

Not to add stress to your day, but if you are in the market for a new D.C. condo priced for first-time buyers, then you had better postpone whatever it is you are doing and make an appointment to see Eight 39, located at 839 Kennedy Street NW.

Constructed with the kind of modern style and sophistication that are the hallmarks of functional urban living, the Petworth residence is, as they say in the business, a hot commodity.

There are only 31 units, each outfitted with sleek, contemporary details, such as Porcelanosa bathroom tiles, modern two-tone cabinetry, exotic quartz kitchen countertops and complimentary luxury finishes throughout. Outside of the wide variety of one- and two-bedroom floor plans — truly, there are a LOT of layouts — the building itself provides additional high-end space for a balanced lifestyle, with city views from a rooftop deck, a fitness room and yoga studio, common outdoor areas and a dog wash station.

Eight 39 is located in the heart of Petworth — itself a hot commodity. Restaurants, bars and breweries abound; a Safeway is in the immediate neighborhood; and, best of all, Rock Creek Park and all that it offers, is just a few blocks away. Uptown, downtown, Brookland, Takoma Park, Chevy Chase, and the dining, shopping, nightlife and cultural offerings of those locations are just minutes away.

Have you postponed what you are doing? Good. Then get in touch for the “closeout sale incentive” equating to $7,500 in seller concessions for all contracts ratified prior November 30!

Contact Eight39 at [email protected], 202-967-0039, or visit to schedule a tour.

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