Thursday, May 17, 2012

Three-Unit Project at 515 Q Street, NW, Will Deliver in Summer 2012

The real estate development company M Squared announced that its three-unit condominium project at 515 Q Street, NW, which is currently under constriction, will be completed this summer.  The three-story project features three 2BR/2BA units, with each unit on a separate floor of the building.  The first-floor unit will have a private rear yard and the third-floor unit will have a private roof deck.  Sales prices have not been announced, but the website for the project states that the units are "priced from the $500's".
The developer describes the project as follows: 
Owners will find maple hardwood flooring throughout, as well as 10-foot ceilings, in-ceiling speakers, spacious walk-in closets and new front-loading washers and dryers. Gourmet kitchens are also included within each residence, ... [with] custom cabinetry, over and under-cabinet accent lighting (LED), built-in microwaves, Italian pendant lighting and Italian marble countertops. ... Additionally, these residences feature luxurious designer bathrooms outfitted with pristine Italian white Carrera marble, Italian vanities, designer Italian sink faucets ... dual master bathroom sinks, as well as the modern door hardware and the oversized showers.  ...   Residence One features 1,400 square feet of space, and includes a private backyard. Residence Two offers 1,200 square feet and a private terrace. Residence Three offers 1,200 square feet of living space, as well as a private rooftop deck for additional enjoyment.
Additional information on the project is available at the project website,

A copy of the project brochure, including floor plans, is available after the jump along with a picture of the previous building located at 515 Q Street, NW.

515 Q Street, NW, Project Brochure
The 515 Q Street, NW, project brochure may be viewed below or by clicking here.

Prior Building at 515 Q Street, NW (now demolished)


  1. It's a goddamned shame that the handsome building that was there was torn down to be replaced by that ugly mess.