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1115 H Street Condos Readies Spring Delivery

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1115 H Street Condos Readies Spring Delivery

A brand new condo development in the H Street corridor will soon be ready for new residents. 16 newly constructed condominium homes at 1115 H Street NE. The five-story, 16,000 square foot building, which will include about 3,000 square feet of ground-level retail space on the ground floor is located on the site of a former Woolworth store. The condos are priced starting from the mid $300,000’s.

1115 H has been built with energy-efficient and environmentally friendly features. Attributes consist of a green roof, triple-glazed windows, wiring for potential electric car charging stations and covered bicycle storage. The project has been designed to achieve LEED Platinum certification from the US Green Building Council.

New residents will receive a one-year “transit package” which includes a one-year ZipCar, car2go, Capitol Bikeshare memberships, and pre-loaded SmarTrip card. New owners will enjoy low maintenance and condo fees, and will save money on transportation and utility costs, while they enjoy the shopping, dining, and entertainment options available all along H Street. It’s also close to Union Station, Metrorail, commuter lines and Amtrak. Some of the additional building amenities consist of advanced sound attenuating materials, recycled glass counter tops, hardwood floors, Juliette balconies, elevator access, and secure entry. Developers plan to be finished and ready for move-in by Spring 2015.

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Tony Taylor is a developer and licensed Realtor in Washington DC & Maryland. Tony has been in the real estate industry for just over 19 years and has developed properties throughout the DMV as well as Tampa, Florida. In addition, Tony has helped buyers, sellers and renters reach their goals for the last 6 years.

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