Washington Post: New Condos Coming to Mount Vernon Triangle

February 18, 2014

Published in the Washington Post

Residents of D.C.’s Mount Vernon Triangle have plenty of options when it comes to new and renovated apartments and row houses. Now the neighborhood will be home to a high-rise condominium under development by Bozzuto Homes.

The development, called 460 New York Avenue, is an 11-story high-rise with 63 homes at the corner of 4th Street NW and New York Avenue.

The lower levels of the building were created from a converted brick loft-style warehouse, while the upper levels are constructed of metal and glass designed by WDG Architecture.

An innovative vertical lift parking system will provide 36 garage spaces. Building amenities include a marble lobby with a concierge desk, 24-hour controlled access and a 3,500-square-foot rooftop penthouse with a community lounge and a rooftop patio with panoramic views of the skyline.


The homes have tall windows, wide-plank hardwood flooring, stainless steel Energy Star appliances, European cabinets, Spanish tile and quartz countertops. Each home has a balcony.

The condominiums include efficiencies, one-bedroom and one-bedroom with den units. Sales are anticipated to begin later this spring with prices starting in the upper $300,000s.

Visit www.460NYA.com or call 202-350-2808 for more information.