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Six-story pop-up in D.C. lists for nearly $3M

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Eight total residential units inside

Photo via Compass

Look up in the sky. Is it a plane? No. A bird? No, it’s a pop-up—and a rather tall one too. The home, first reported by local blog the Brookland Bridge, is now on the market for $2,999,900. It spans six levels with six one-bedrooms and two three-bedrooms. Two parking spaces come with the development.

The location is only a block or two away from the nearest Metro station and is close to a Giant grocery store, Right Proper Brewing Company, and the Brookland’s Finest restaurant.

Judging from photos taken on Google Street View, the pop-up must be fairly new as a photo from July 2017 shows that the pop-up was still barely in development at the time. Photos inside the property show sleek, modern kitchens with all-white cabinetry, stainless steel appliances, and an island with a built-in sink. There is hardwood flooring and recessed lighting throughout.

Photo taken July 2017.
Photo via Google Street View
Photo taken October 2007.
Photo via Google Street View
Photo via Compass
Photo via Compass

911 Evarts Street NE [Compass]

Real Estate Watch: 6 Story Residential Pop Up for Sale for $3 Million [The Brookland Bridge]