The slow-growing D.C. neighborhood, Truxton Circle, will soon experience a massive boost in its upper-level price range with $1 million condos planned at the intersection of 4th and P streets NW and New Jersey Avenue NW. Washington, D.C.-based developer Ditto Residential described the neighborhood as "kind of an ugly duckling," and told The Washington Post, "This is a chance to bring something special and transformative to the area." Ditto plans on constructing two four-story houses with four condos total. Two of the condos will be two-bedroom units, while the other two will be three-bedroom units. Architecture firm Dep Designs is planning on giving the development luxurious features like custom cabinets, commercial window systems, and below-grade patios with metal bridges and cypress exteriors. According The Washington Post, the facade will be contemporary with a wood and glass exterior and an "unusual" layout The development will also feature a rooftop terrace and a parking space for every owner. Ditto expects the development to deliver late in 2015.
· $1 million condos proposed for D.C.'s Truxton Circle [The Washington Post]