Eckington’s Quincy Lane Opens Doors to Two Stylish Properties
September 10, 2021 by UrbanTurf
Quincy Lane—Eckington’s energetic new pedestrian-centric meeting point—is welcoming homeowners to a mix of stylish condominiums, townhomes and apartments, all anchored by exciting new retail.
On September 25th from 4:00 to 6:00pm, the cobblestone community will come alive with local vendors, live music, food and drinks. Prospective buyers will have a chance to tour new models at both City Homes, a collection of 45 multi-level townhome-style residences; and 1625 Eckington, a contemporary 179-condominium property. To RSVP for the opening fair, visit QuincyLaneRSVP.com.
Attendees will also have the opportunity to explore the soon-to-open Brooklyn Boulders climbing gym and taste food from some of Union Kitchen’s forthcoming restaurants. Quincey Lane will also be home to Union Kitchen Commissary, a convenient neighborhood grocery store featuring prepared meals and groceries for owners.
City Homes is a timeless collection of connected townhome-style residences by internationally renowned interior design firm, Cecconi Simone. City Homes blends stylish contemporary interiors—featuring oversized windows, modern kitchens, work nooks and carefully curated living spaces—with private outdoor spaces. The homes are priced from $794,900 and move-ins for the property will begin in early fall.
The condominiums at 1625 Eckington feature a mix of one- and two-bedroom residences with spacious floor plans, nine-foot ceilings, kitchens featuring Porcelanosa cabinetry and Bosch appliances, and floor-to-ceiling windows that frame quintessential DC views. Owners at 1625 Eckington have access to a host of high-end amenities, including concierge staffed front desk, lobby-level meeting and lounge space, in addition to a rooftop fitness center, community room with built-in kitchen and expansive Nana wall that opens onto a rooftop terrace and private pool. Pricing starts from the mid $300s with homes available for immediate move-in.
Eckington is one of Washington DC’s oldest neighborhoods, full of historic Victorian homes and a wide variety of established and new commercial highlights. Local favorites include Union Market, Red Hen, Big Bear Café, Uncle Chips, Cotton and Reed and Anxo Cidery & Pintxos Bar. Quincy Lane is also steps from Alethia Tanner Park, the NOMA-Gallaudet Metro station and Metropolitan Branch Trail.
For more information about the Quincy Lane opening fair, and to RSVP, please visit QuincyLaneRSVP.com.