DC DEVELOPMENT New condos in DC

DC DEVELOPMENT

New Condos in DC

Looking for new construction homes in Washington DC? It’s a good time to shop. DC development projects are multiplying throughout the District, from large-scale projects that change the face of Washington DC’s landscape, to small infill condominium and mixed-use buildings that add a new vision to established neighborhoods.
We spend hundreds of hours each year researching new construction in Washington DC. Here’s our guide to the most popular new condominium and townhouse projects, listed by quadrant and neighborhood. Just select a location and find the pipeline of new condo, townhouse and single family home development projects in that area.
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NORTHEAST DC DEVELOPMENT

Northeast DC development is expanding around H Street and the Atlas District. The new Union Station redevelopment dubbed “Burnham Place” and  neighboring projects such as NoMA’s Central Armature, Union Market, Market Terminal and Gateway Market Center are all making a big impact. The recent addition of Brookland’s Monroe Street Market has helped northeast development connect to northwest DC.
Here you’ll find new condos in Stanton Park, Eckington, NoMA, Brookland, H Street Corridor and Barney Circle.
STANTON PARK
BROOKLAND
H STREET CORRIDOR
ECKINGTON
NoMA
BARNEY CIRCLE

NORTHWEST DC DEVELOPMENT

Northwest DC development hasn’t stalled despite congestion and a lack of vacant land. Infill and conversion projects are active in nearly every neighborhood. The Adele is underway in the 16th Street Historic District. West End is being transformed with the West End Projects, including The WestLight condominium. Dupont Circle’s St Thomas Church project is still on the boards and Logan Circle’s Elysium Logan is scheduled to deliver in 2017. Logan Circle added Logan 13 in 2016 and Adams Morgan has seen several new condominium buildings develop over the past 24 months. Even Georgetown has seen a few elegant new projects rise recently!
Here you’ll find new condos in the 14th Street Corridor, Kalorama, Adams Morgan, Bloomingdale, University Park, Logan Circle, Friendship Heights, Chevy Chase DC, Dupont Circle, Columbia Heights, Meridian Hill, Mount Pleasant, Foxhall Village homes, Shaw, Mount Vernon Triangle, Georgetown, Burleith, the U Street Corridor, Georgia Avenue, Petworth, West End, Cleveland Park and Woodley Park.
14TH STREET
ADAMS MORGAN
AU PARK
FRIENDSHIP HTS
COLUMBIA HEIGHTS
FOXHALL
GEORGETOWN
GEORGIA AVENUE
PETWORTH
WEST END
WOODLEY PARK
KALORAMA
LEDROIT PARK
BLOOMINGDALE
LOGAN CIRCLE
DUPONT CIRCLE
MOUNT PLEASANT
SHAW
MT VERNON TRIANLE
GLOVER PARK
CLEVELAND PARK
U STREET CORRIDOR

SOUTHWEST DC DEVELOPMENT

Here you’ll find new condos at the Wharf in Southwest DC, including VIO, 525 Water and Parcel 9.
Southwest DC development is booming thanks to the large-scale waterfront development project named “The Wharf.” New construction projects have spread beyond the boardwalk to nearby micro neighborhoods. With a newer Metro station, retail and an established condo and co-op presence, this area is set to gain in value and prestige.
VIO AT THE WHARF
525 WATER
PARCEL 9

SOUTHEAST DC DEVELOPMENT

Southeast DC development has spurred with the Hine School mixed-use project, along with small and mid-sized condominium developments such as Sanctuary, 513 C, The Laundry and The Maples.
Here you’ll find new condos in Eastern Market, Capitol Hill, Hill East and the Navy Yard in Southeast DC and near-Southeast DC.
EASTERN MARKET
HILL EAST
CAPITOL HILL
NAVY YARD

LARGE SCALE DC DEVELOPMENT

Large scale DC development is changing the face of the District. Projects like The Wharf at the Southwest Waterfront, Burnham Place at Union Station, Central Armature in NoMA, City Center in downtown DC and Monroe Street Market in Brookland are creating new neighborhoods and lifestyles for Washingtonians. In some neighborhoods like Logan-Dupont’s 14th Street Corridor and on the H Street Corridor, a massing of smaller new development has created a large-scale transformation. These projects put neighborhood development into context for DC new condo buyers.
LARGE SCALE DEVELOPMENT

Large-scale DC development

FLIPS AND RENOVATIONS

“Flips” are homes that have been purchased by a rehabber and “improved” for quick resale. We’ve seen the good, the bad and truly ugly “new construction” products by home flippers and renovators. That’s why we caution our clients to be extra-careful about these types of home purchases.
Unfortunately, many flippers focus more on the cosmetic aspects of the transformation and less on the integrity of the structure and systems. These are the most costly components of a home. Flippers’ goals are speed and profit. Repair time, proper permitting, DCRA inspections and use of well-trained and licensed labor are too often casualties of the ‘bottom line.’

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