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DC Condos With Assigned Parking

One thing for certain is how tight parking is in popular DC neighborhoods. The explosion in new condo development, coupled with loosening of developer new construction parking requirements has put additional strain on available street spaces. If parking is a requirement for you, it is important to understand if it is included before you fall in love with a condo unit. This just displays DC condos with assigned deeded parking space and will help laser focus your search. If you need two parking spaces, we have also created a resource tailored to this requirement.

DC Condos With Assigned Parking

DC Condos With Assigned Parking October 22, 2021
1
Listed
64
Avg. DOM
$1,033.14
Avg. $ / Sq.Ft.
$3,799,900
Med. List Price
1 Property

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