3210 Grace Condominiums

Located at 3210 Grace Street NW, Washington DC, 20007 | Georgetown

Named for its street address, 3210 Grace enjoys an incredible location in the heart of Georgetown’s shopping and dining district, between the historic Ohio & Chesapeake Canal to the north, Wisconsin Avenue to the east, and Water Street to the south. The four-story mixed-use building is home to 51 condo residences on the upper three levels, plus street-level businesses including restaurants. Built in 1986, the condominium has a red brick design that is keeping with the area, blending in with structures that date back much further.

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Floor plans at the building vary in size, from one to three bedrooms and from around 877 to over 1,800 square feet of living space. The largest units are at the top, with duplex penthouses that boast their own private rooftop decks. Situated less than two blocks from Georgetown Waterfront Park and the Potomac River, 3210 Grace is in the midst of one of Washington’s most walkable destination places. Other condominiums in the waterfront area include Georgetown Park, Canal House, the Papermill, and the Flour Mill.

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The condos at 3210 Grace Street were built during a busy escalation of residential redevelopment in Georgetown, during which the waterfront area saw wholesale changes while local planning boards also sought to keep a feeling of continuity. After all, it is the historic nature of the area, combined with shopping, dining and entertainment that attracts so many visitors and potential new residents each year. Georgetown is the oldest residential neighborhood in the area, dating back to its days as a tobacco port in the mid-1700s. Originally part of Maryland, Georgetown retained its own independence as a municipality until 1871. A significant part of the enjoyable commonality in the waterfront area are all the red brick Federal-style buildings, along with brick sidewalks and a myriad of connecting alleyways.

Condos at 3210 Grace tend to be quite spacious, and many have their own private outdoor spaces, whether balconies or roof decks. Most of these units have been remodeled since the original completion of the project in 1986. The original floors were parquet hardwood, and it’s not uncommon now to find replacement flooring ranging from new wide plank wood to porcelain tile. Similarly, a majority of the kitchens and bathrooms have been renovated over the years. There are working wood-burning fireplaces in many of the units. The building has an attached parking garage and most residences come with parking that conveys.

Residents at 3210 Grace enjoy lots of neighborhood amenities, such as walks along the canal, the park, paddleboarding on the Potomac, catching a movie at the Georgetown AMC 14, and shopping at the many upscale designer boutiques. Bakeries, bars, and restaurants in the immediate area include Georgetown Cupcake, Blue Bottle Coffee, Chez Billy Sud, the Sovereign, Mr. Smith’s of Georgetown, Clyde’s of Georgetown, Filomena Ristorante, and so many more. In fact, you won’t have to go far as there are sidewalk cafes right downstairs!

To learn more about condos for sale at 3210 Grace, please call Andre Perez at District Partners at Compass, 202-400-3040.

3210 Grace, District of Columbia FAQs

Q: Are pets allowed at 3210 Grace?

A: Yes, it is a pet-friendly condo community. There are many nearby places to walk your dog, including Georgetown Waterfront Park.

Q: Are there any grocery stores in the area?

A: Local grocers include Streets Market, Scheele’s Market, and Wisemiller’s Grocery & Deli. There is also a Whole Foods and a Trader Joe’s less than a mile away in the next-door Foggy Bottom neighborhood.

Q: How far is it from 3210 Grace to Georgetown University?

A: The distance is about 0.7 miles, depending on the route you take.

Q: What are the main shopping streets in Georgetown, and can I walk to them from 3210 Grace?

A: M Street and Wisconsin Avenue are the most celebrated shopping corridors in Georgetown, with the intersection of those streets marking the heart of Georgetown. That corner is about a block and a half from 3210 Grace.

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