Meridian Crescent Condominiums

Located at 2200 17th Street NW, Washington, DC 20009 | Adams Morgan

Combining recent construction with a traditional style of architecture, the four-story Meridian Crescent building fits right in with its surrounding urban landscape. Home to 29 luxury residences, the boutique condominium looks much like a stretch of Victorian rowhouses, hugging the curve of 17th Street, and across from the gated and historic Meridian House estate.

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Located around the mid-point between the landmark Meridian Hill Park and Adam Morgan’s vibrant 18th Street restaurant row, the Meridian Crescent condos are in infinitely walkable setting, yet on a one-way street and sufficiently removed from the sometimes noisy hustle and bustle of the trendy neighborhood. Residences at the brick, limestone and clapboard building typically range from about 988 to 2,041 square feet in size and come in both single and two-level floorplans. Some of the units also have dens.

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The condominium layouts at Meridian Crescent present a luxurious yet comfortable blend of traditional elegance and new modernity. The windows are huge, the ceilings are high, and the spacious living and dining areas include open gourmet kitchens that generally include GE Profile stainless steel appliances, maple cabinetry, and granite countertops. That said, some owners have remodeled and upgraded kitchens and other parts of the living spaces since the building’s inception in 2005. Floors are richly hued wide-plank wood, and almost all units have some type of private outdoor space. Penthouses have terraces at two levels, with some very impressive views. Other condo buildings in the area include Delancey Lofts, 1700 Lofts, and the next-door Beekman Place.

Parking can be daunting in the city. Fortunately, residents at Meridian Crescent enjoy a secure underground garage, and some of the larger units actually come with two spaces. The pet-friendly building is within easy walking distance of many local attractions, such as Meridian Hill Park, Marie Reed Soccer Field, yoga and fitness studios, independent retailers, and art galleries. Harris and Teeter is right around the corner, making grocery shopping a snap. There are also tons of great nearby restaurants, such as San Marco, Mixxed Food and Drinks, Johnny Pistolas, Shibuya Eatery, and many others.

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

Meridian Crescent, District of Columbia FAQs

Q: Is Meridian Crescent a rowhouse development?

A: It is actually a condominium building that resembles rowhouses. The residences come in both apartment style and townhouse style floorplans.

Q: Is parking available at Meridian Crescent?

A: Yes, secure underground parking is included.

Q: How would I get from Meridian Crescent to downtown Washington?

A: You can drive south along 16th Street to get there. The distance is only about a mile and a half. There is also a bus stop at the corner of Belmont and 16th Street.

Q: Is Meridian Crescent a pet-friendly condominium?

A: Yes, your dogs and cats will be welcomed.

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