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16-Unit Columbia Heights Condo Project Will Deliver in April

http://dc.urbanturf.com/articles/blog/columbia_heights_condos_near_completion/8010

Looks like a new condo complex, called the Victorian, will open up in Columbia Heights, offering 1-2BR luxury units priced between $400K-$800K.

  • January 17, 2014

by Lark Turner

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A rendering of an interior at 1443 Chapin Street.

A new 16-unit condo project in Columbia Heights called Victoria will deliver units by this April, UrbanTurf has learned. The residences at 1443 Chapin Street (map) from Urban Investment Partners (UIP) will include a mix of one and two-bedrooms as well as four duplex penthouses.

Joni Denyes of sales and marketing firm Urban Pace says that the developer is including a number of high-tech features in the units, including Nest thermostats.

Preliminary prices for the units will range from the $400,000s up to the $700,000s for the penthouses.

The property was mired in a lawsuit for a couple of years, but UIP eventually came out on top against PNC Bank in a lending dispute.

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