1410 S Street is another exciting development opportunity brought to you by District Quarters. Ideally situated in the U Street Neighborhood and three blocks from the U Street Metro, this historic row home was recently converted to two condominium units. This home is steps away from dining, shops, museums and all of the lively culture U Street has to offer. The first unit is two bedrooms and two baths and the second is 3 bedrooms 3.5 bathrooms with a loft and den. An outdoor space is also included with the condominiums, making these new units a perfect DC haven. The building comes with parking spaces that are available for purchase.

Each unit includes a gourmet kitchen outfitted with stainless steel appliances and a gas range. Homeowners will enjoy a state of the art and fully customized temperate control experience with a Nest Learning Thermometer installed in each unit. The developer of these artfully incorporated luxury finishes throughout, high end washer and dryers and stunning glass showers, to name a few of the many features. The open concept floor plans are perfect for entertaining. With large windows throughout, each unit is flooded with natural light.

Both units sold between 94% and 96% of list price in less than 30 days. 

Gourmet Kitchen

Stainless Steel Appliances

Oak Sanded in Place Hardwood Floors

Kohler Hardware 

Granite Countertops

Walk-In Closets

Location

U Street has historically brought Washingtonians together to the sound of its homegrown music, from jazz and blues to rock and go-go. Today its renovated clubs, new restaurants and shops are once again the center of DC’s humming nightlife. U Street is home for those who want to march to their own beat.

Known as Washington’s cultural center at the turn of the century, U Street has long been a backbone of the city’s homegrown jazz, arts, and civil rights movements. Once bearing the scars of riots and protests, today it has regained its rightful place as the street to showcase DC’s vibrant cultural life, from music and food to activism and art.

Most of U Street’s businesses were hollowed out by riots in 1968, but longtime residents weathered the years of economic decline to see the recent rebirth of the neighborhood. Artists and professionals started pouring in more than a decade ago, helping U Street regain much of its funky vibe and economic vitality. Today you’ll find members of all segments of Washington professionals living in modest row homes and new developments just off of U Street, a Supreme Court Justice among them.

U Street sees a critical mass of revelers pass down its narrow sidewalks each weekend–increasingly on weeknights, too. The area is no longer just for nightlife, though, and its lifestyle amenities have evolved to support the dramatic influx of new residents. Grocery stores, markets, and hardware stores have popped up to serve all of the neighborhood’s basic and luxury needs.

Residents can walk to an endless array of entertainment options. The metro and ample bus lines make it an easy launching point for downtown commutes. U Street sports a self-confidence and a brash style that’s unique in the city.

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