Washington DC Flats For Sale

If you’ve heard the term ‘flats’ being used lately in Washington DC real estate, get used to it - it’s one of the latest marketing trends used to describe a single-story apartment-style residence. The word is often used in Europe, especially the UK, to mean apartment. The origin comes from expressions like ‘a flat slice from a tower block’ or a ‘block of flats’. In Washington DC and other urban centers it can mean either a rental or a condo and in truth, it’s simply a catch phrase to conjure up an image of something trendy or different. Remember when the term ‘villa’ was all the vogue? For more information about Washington DC flats for sale, contact us today!

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1745 N St Nw #605


MLS#: DCDC425980
2 Bed, 2 Bath
931 Sqft

1832 D St Ne #3


MLS#: DCDC450282
3 Bed, 2½ Bath
1696 Sqft

1832 D St Ne #4


MLS#: DCDC450256
2 Bed, 2 Bath
1296 Sqft

Photo of Listing #DCDC422798

1745 N St Nw #206


MLS#: DCDC422798
1 Bed, 1½ Bath
690 Sqft

Photo of Listing #DCDC442782

1745 N St Nw #103


MLS#: DCDC442782
1 Bed, 1 Bath
685 Sqft


Washington DC Flats For SaleFor those interested in Washington DC Flats, it’s probably best to clarify what it really means. It probably won’t help to start an in-depth discussion about the local apartment rental market, although it should be noted that the rental market is in great shape right now. Rental opportunities can be found in many DC neighborhoods, including grand old Art Deco apartment buildings, rowhouse rentals and modern lofts for rent. Similarly, this shouldn't devolve into an examination of condos for sale. No, we’re talking about DC Flats and nothing but. Let’s face it, your world gets a lot cooler if you’re living in a flat.

From the Virginia and Maryland borders to the downtown area, Washington DC Flats are making their mark. They can be found in entirely new buildings or in renovated historic structures. And, it probably goes without saying that flats can be found in mixed-used developments that also offer hip coffee bars and art galleries. The Flats at Il Palazzo is a repurposing of a former Italian Embassy in the Adams Morgan/Columbia Heights area. The 7th Street Flats at Progression Place in the Shaw neighborhood features 205 rentals while The Flats at Union Row is a new luxury condo development. The Flats at Atlas District is a new 257 unit apartment development at the end of the H-Street Corridor, and the M Street Flats are a boutique condo building in the Mt. Vernon Triangle.

What do these flats all have in common? To a large extent they’re new units, whether by virtue of entirely new construction or renovation. They tend to offer much in the way of amenities, such as granite countertops and stainless steel appliances. In many ways, they are like luxury condos or luxury lofts. Except, they’re not – they’re Washington DC flats and if you’re looking for the latest in hipster living, then you need to have one.

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Listing information last updated on December 10th, 2019 at 4:15am EST.