Washington D.C. Condos For Sale
In a city with a population of nearly 700,000 residents, and with over 100 different neighborhoods, real estate housing comes in many shapes and sizes. But it is safe to say that condos for sale comprise a huge chunk of the inventory.
Washington, DC has four major sections—Northwest, Northeast, Southwest and Southeast. It is also divided into eight different wards. You’ll find everything from quiet upscale suburbs (especially towards the north) and high-energy urban neighborhoods, including major street corridors such as the U-Street Corridor and the H Street Corridor.
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More About Washington, DC
The District was created as the Federal seat of government with construction beginning around 1791. But the area itself dates back even further, with early colonial farming and waterfront ports such as Georgetown which was settled in the mid-1700s.
Washington, DC has grown and evolved ever since those early days, from Capitol Hill to suburbs close to the Maryland border to the north. The city has gone through its share of adversity along the way, including the aftermath of the civil rights riots in the late 1960s which led to a period of urban blight. But today’s DC presents a picture of smart, sustainable growth and prosperity.
Condos at a Glance in Washington, DC
Condos for sale take many forms in Washington, DC. Those include antique row houses that have more than one residence, newer townhomes, flats, lofts, schoolhouse conversions, former industrial warehouses and more. There’s also waterfront areas such as The Wharf in the Southwest quadrant, as well as the Navy Yard, Anacostia, Georgetown, the Palisades and more. Certainly, a penthouse with a view of the glittering Potomac River offers an enormous appeal!
You’ll also find condos and cooperatives along major north/south arteries such as Connecticut, Massachusetts and Wisconsin Avenues. From Downtown DC to posh urban enclaves like Dupont Circle, Kalorama and Adams Morgan, and from the southern stretches to northern communities like Chevy Chase and Tenleytown, condominiums offer both convenience and an attractive alternative to detached single-family homes for sale.
For more information on the condo market in Washington, DC, call District Partners at Compass, 202-798-3600.