Solo Piazza Condominiums - Washington, DC
In a city known for its amalgam of architectural styles, Solo Piazza offers its own interesting twist. This high-end condominium in Logan Circle combines different design influences to deliver a big and intriguing package. Situated at 1300 13th Street N at the corner of 13th and N Street, the nine-story building presents both current contemporary themes (such as giant floor-to-ceiling windows) and the International style so popular in the 1970s. The International look is exemplified by boxy side-by-side balconies and linearism. Those square angles are nowhere in evidence once you step to the rear of the building, however, as curvilinear walls with seamless elongated balconies wrap around an interior piazza (aka courtyard), replete with two fountains and bamboo.
Completed in 2002 by Furioso Development, Solo Piazza is home to 77 luxury residences with floor plans running from around 673 to 1,450 square feet. All of the units here have the above-mentioned curved back-facing terraces looking out over the central half-circle courtyard. Many also have front balconies as well. With spacious open living space, tons of light from the giant windows and hardwood flooring throughout, these city homes offer a clean modern white-on-white sensibility. The effect is complemented by open gourmet kitchens with Italian granite counters, Poggenpohl cabinets, pendant lighting and stainless steel appliances. Most residences also have gas fireplaces.
Condos for sale at the pet-friendly building have recently listed between $389,900 and $849,900. Residents also enjoy a two-story lobby with front desk and concierge service, secure parking and a delightful rooftop terrace with views of the city. With its European flair, this popular condominium offers its own unique cosmopolitan vibe. How often can you shop for Washington DC condos for sale featuring convex private spaces looking out over a peaceful piazza with gently burbling zen fountains?
The location is also a significant part of Solo Piazza’s allure. Exit your peaceful Euro-style condo and step into a vibrant urban lifestyle. The building is just a block from Logan Circle’s famed 14th Street restaurant row. You’ll be steps away from Church Key, the pig, Teak Wood, Radiator and Birch & Barley. Whole Foods is also nearby, as is Studio Theatre, Vida Fitness and cool art galleries like Transformer. Plus, there’s all the Downtown DC attractions next-door, as well as the District’s halls of power along Pennsylvania Avenue.