Meridian Crescent Condominiums - Washington DC

The Meridian Crescent condominiums are aptly named—just a block from the historic Meridian Hill Park and located at the corner of Crescent Place and 17th Street in popular Adams Morgan. The actual street address is 2200 17th Street NW in Washington DC’s fashionable 20009 zip code.

This hilly part of the neighborhood affords residents of the contemporary condominium some truly spectacular city views. But don’t worry that this building on a bluff is somehow distanced from its urban surroundings. To the contrary—Meridian Crescent is just steps from a panoply of coffee shops, bars, great restaurants and retail.

Other recently built condo developments in the neighborhood include Adams Row and the Delancey Lofts.

Home to 29 unique luxury residences, the four-story Meridian Crescent offers a traditional brick row house appearance with subtle modern flair. On the exterior, giant floor-to-ceiling windows are juxtaposed against elegant cornice trim.

Step inside and the best of both worlds is once again in evidence. The detailing is clean and classic without indulging in industrial memes. High ceilings, gorgeous Brazilian cherry hardwood floors and floods of natural light are complemented by open gourmet kitchens with granite counters, GE Profile appliances and maple cabinets. The luxurious bathrooms feature ultra-long limestone vanities, Kohler fixtures and big frameless showers.

Super spacious floor plans run from 1,284 to 2,041 square feet, with one bedroom flats and two-bedroom bi-level penthouses with dens. All residences offer high-quality finishes, walk-in closets and full-sized washers and dryers. And some residences also feature balconies. Secure garage parking is also available.

Prices at this pet-friendly condominium have recently ranged from around $539,900 to $1,214,215. Residents are a block from the new Harris Teeter at the corner of 17th Street and Kalorama Road. They are also equal distances from the Adams Morgan/Woodley Park-Zoo and U Street Metro Stations.

And then there’s the amazing nightlife and 18th Street restaurants. Stroll to Muzette, Asmara Restaurant & Bar, Las Canteras Peruvian Restaurant, Roxanne, Columbia Station and many more. This is fine living in the heart of the city.