Moda 17 Condominiums

Located at 2424 17th Street NW, Washington, DC 20009 | Adams Morgan

Redeveloped by the Adams Investment Group, Moda 17 is a low-rise condominium that stems from a circa-1910 apartment house. Located in the Adams Morgan neighborhood about a block west of Meridian Hill Park, the transformation was completed in 2016, offering a cubist sensibility with white bricks and stucco augmented by horizontal bands of pastel-colored tile. Home to just 38 units, the project was inspired by European micro and compact housing trends, offering contemporary designer packages at affordable price points. Other condo buildings in the area include Adams Row, Lot 33, and Meridian Crescent.

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With floorplans ranging from approximately 350 to 680 square feet of living space, the studio, one, and two-bedroom condos at Moda 17 fit a growing niche of buyers in Washington’s urban market. And while the actual sizes might seem small on paper, these sleek and modern flats offer a sunny and open vibe with oversized windows and blonde wood floors. Each unit also has at least one outdoor space, ranging from private balconies with wooden floors to rooftop patio. The rooftop configurations are quite inventive, with each residence afforded its own individual space with attractive iron fencing and wooden planter boxes.

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Inside these highly appealing mini-homes are upscale finishes such as oak hardwood floors, and what is described by the developer as upgraded technology packages. Elements such as pocket doors, sliding frosted glass doors, and strategically placed built-ins help create impressions of depth, space, and practicality. Euro-style kitchens have been an increasingly popular trend in Washington, DC in recent years, but these truly embrace the space-saving concept with open arms, offering panelized cooking and meal prep stations with Bertazzoni cooktops and convection ovens that look for all the world like bookshelves or entertainment centers. The Porcelanosa bathrooms exhibit a similarly chic minimalism, and some bedrooms have built-in beds.

In addition to the private rooftop patios for each unit, there is also a common roof area with an icemaker and lounge furniture. Assigned parking spaces along the back alley are available for some but not all residences. There are storage lockers for all condos, as well as a large bike room. The low-slung building is perched upon a grassy embankment along 17th Street, in a highly walkable area. The notable Meridian Hill Park with its statues and unique terraced waterfalls is about a block away. You’ll also find tons of popular restaurants, bakeries, clubs, and entertainment nearby, especially along Adam Morgan’s vaunted 18th Street corridor.

To learn more about condos for sale at Moda 17, please call Andre Perez at District Partners at Compass, 202-400-3040.

Moda 17, District of Columbia FAQs

Q: What is the price range of condos at Moda 17?

A: With only 38 units, resale opportunities don’t come up that often at Moda 17. But recent closings have ranged roughly from around $250,000 to $500,000.

Q: Is Moda 17 a pet-friendly building?

A: Yes, your furry friends will be welcomed at this Adams Morgan condominium.

Q: How far is Capitol Hill from Moda 17?

A: The Capitol building itself is about three and a half miles away.

Q: Does each unit at Moda 17 have a private outdoor space?

A: Yes, there is a rooftop terrace for each unit, accessible by stairs.

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