A historic building in the heart of Washington, DC’s Georgetown neighborhood, formerly the Henry and Anne Hurt Home for the Blind, now houses some of the city’s most exciting new condominium residences. Argos Group and Potomac Investment Properties are now putting the finishing touches on a gut renovation that began in 2010, and several residents have already moved in. Over 50 percent of the elegantly renovated condominiums at The Montrose Residences were pre-sold, with prices beginning at $1.65 million, according to Lynn Hackney, President of Urban Pace, the exclusive sales and marketing company for The Montrose Residences.
Following a $10 million renovation by its new owner, Aria Development Group of New York City, The Bond in Washington, DC’s sought-after West End neighborhood now has 83 elegant and contemporary apartments available for rent.
Located at 1230 New Hampshire Avenue, NW, The Bond is ideally situated between Dupont Circle, Washington Circle, Georgetown, and the downtown Golden Triangle. I