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555 Mass Ave

Located just above Chinatown at 555 Massachusetts Avenue, NW, this condo building offers residents an affordable high-rise package in a desirable walk-to-work location.  Delivered in 2006, this Penn Quarter building spans 14 stories with 246 units ranging from 455 – 1,420 sf.  Properties feature hardwood floors, generous closet space as well as designer kitchens with stainless steel appliances and granite counters.  Amenities include a staffed front desk, onsite fitness center, rooftop pool, garage parking, and grilling area, among other extras.  Penthouse views from private terraces are angled toward the Capitol and other iconic monuments.  Cats and dogs are welcome.

555 Mass Ave Condos For Sale

555 Mass Ave Condos For Sale September 28, 2022
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Listed
76
Avg. DOM
$669.68
Avg. $ / Sq.Ft.
$569,900
Med. List Price
1 Property

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