- The Washington Times - Wednesday, March 22, 2006

Condominium sales in the Washington area have skyrocketed, along with prices. The Tenacity Group specializes in converting apartments to condominiums and providing financing for tenants and outside buyers to make the homes more affordable.

One of the Tenacity Group’s newest conversion projects, Columbia Station, in the Columbia Heights neighborhood of Northwest Washington, is now available for sales to nontenants.

Located at 3500 13th St. NW, Columbia Station occupies a 1920s former apartment complex in the heart of a revitalized neighborhood. In addition to the recently renovated Tivoli Theatre and a new Giant supermarket, the neighborhood anticipates more than 500,000 additional square feet of retail shops and restaurants. The Columbia Heights Metro station is an easy walk from Columbia Station.

The freshly renovated Columbia Station building has a new entry security system, a new sprinkler system and a renovated lobby and renovated common areas. Each one or two-bedroom home includes multiple large windows, 9-foot ceilings, new or refinished hardwood flooring, a new kitchen with stainless steel appliances and granite counters, new bathrooms, a European-made combination washer and dryer and a new individual heating and central air conditioning system for each home.

The homes range from $279,500 to $449,000, with monthly condominium fees from $216 to $365 per month.

Residence No. 208, priced from $289,500, has a monthly condominium fee of $223. This home has an entrance directly into the living area, an adjacent full bath and a kitchen with a window at one end and a small dining area at the other. Just beyond the kitchen is a bedroom with a closet.

Residence No. 305, priced from $309,500, has a monthly condominium fee of $273. This home has an entrance directly into the living and dining area, a galley-style kitchen with a window at one end, a full bath adjacent to the living area, a bedroom with a walk-in closet and a second, private full bath.

Residence No. 403, priced from $319,500, has a monthly condominium fee of $235. This home has an entrance directly into the living and dining area, which includes a breakfast bar open to the kitchen. A walk-in closet is located off the living room. Nearby are a full bath and a bedroom with another closet.

Residence No. 502, priced from $329,500, with a monthly condominium fee of $248, features an entry foyer opening onto the living and dining area, which has two windows and an adjacent walk-in closet. The galley-style kitchen includes a window at one end. This home has a full bath, a second walk-in closet and a large bedroom with a sharply angled wall and two windows.

Residence No. 109, priced from $399,500, has a condominium fee of $365 per month. This home has a long entrance hall with a closet, a living area, a dining area and a kitchen with a window. Each of the two bedrooms includes an oversized window and a closet, and they share the full bath off the hall.

For information or directions to Columbia Station, call 202/349-0702 or visit www.tenacitygroup.com.

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