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The five most coveted condos in Washington, DC

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Condos are among the most popular housing options in Washington, DC. They offer unprecedented flexibility as well as easy access to the best the city has to offer. Here are five of the most coveted condos in the city.

  1. The Helicopter Factory
    770 Girard Street NW

    Developed by Brick Lane Real Estate and Brook Rose, The Helicopter Factory ranks today as one of the most desirable properties in the DC metro area. It only has 15 units up for grabs, each designed with an industrial aesthetic that is both fashionable and functional.

    Units at The Helicopter Factory have high ceilings that let the light in. Each penthouse also comes with its own rooftop deck, where one can enjoy great views of the city.

    Prices at The Helicopter Factory range from $1.1 to 3.5 million.

  2. Wardman Tower
    2660 Connecticut Ave NW

    Located in Woodley Park, Wardman Tower is among the most luxurious addresses in DC. The condominium has 32 contemporary dwellings, with features such as gourmet kitchens, heated floors, and spacious living rooms. Residents have a concierge service at their beck and call 24/7, as well as valet parking and other services.

    Aside from luxury, Wardman Tower also creates opportunities for relaxation in the city. The condominium has its own private yoga and Pilates studio. Several gardens and neighborhood parks are also located in the area.

    Prices at Wardman Tower range from $2.5 to $9.3 million.

  3. 2501 Residences on M Street
    In DC’s West End neighborhood, you will find the stylish 2501 Residences on M Street. Living here means residents are only a few minutes away from the district’s best arts, culture, dining, and outdoor recreation. Furthermore, 2501 Residences on M Street’s array of amenities, such as a modern fitness center and yoga studio, make the condominium even more attractive.

    Units at 2501 M Street are filled with designer touches, from the custom cabinetry to the oak flooring. Floor plans range from 1,000 to 2,300 square feet, guaranteeing plenty of space to entertain. Other luxurious features include quartz countertops, Hansgrohe fixtures, Bosch appliances, and solid wood doors.

    Prices at 2501 Residences on M Street range from $1.1 to 3.5 million.

  4. 880 P at City Market at O
    800 P Street NW

    If you are interested in renting instead of purchasing, 880 P at City Market at O is one development you should not miss. Located in the Shaw neighborhood, the building comes with nine penthouse suites that offer both indoor and outdoor living spaces.

    Each unit at 880 P at City Market at O also comes with distressed wood flooring, stainless-steel appliances, and Lacquer cabinetry. Up on the rooftop deck, tenants can enjoy spectacular panoramic views of the neighborhood and surrounding areas.

    Rental prices at 880 P at City Market at O start at $2,160/month.

  5. The Metropole
    1515 15th St NW

    Logan Circle is one of the trendiest neighborhoods in Washington, DC. And in here, you will find The Metropole, as trendy as its location. This 7-story condo is walking distance away from a wide variety of local arts and culture, as well as dining and nightlife opportunities.

    Great location aside, units at The Metropole offer a take on comfortable, urban living, not to mention pet-friendly. Dwellings feature hardwood floors, floor-to-ceiling windows, and private terraces. One unit, Penthouse 708, is highly coveted, with its sleek design thought by architect Robert M. Gurney.

    Prices at The Metropole range from $2.5 to 9 million.

Are you looking for your very own DC condo?

Heller Coley Reed has the market expertise and know-how to help you. Get in touch with your go-to DC condo experts today at 240.800.5155 or 301.674.2829 or hellercoleyreed(at)gmail(dotted)com.