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4 levels of living and a garage near DC Shaw

The five Intersect at O ​​townhouses are part of the City Market at O ​​development. Prices start at $1.8 million.

The loft in the model town house on Intersect aan O. These townhouses have four floors and their own underground garages. (Benjamin C Tankersley/For The Washington Post)


  • Address: 1336 Eighth St. NW, Washington, DC
  • Builder: At the side of the road
  • Architect: Shalom Baranes
  • Interior architect: ADG (Akseizer design group)
  • Type of house: Mansion
  • Price: $1.8 million to $2.2 million
  • Number of units: Five in total; four still available
  • Bedrooms: 2 to 4
  • Bathrooms: 3 or 4
  • Square meter: 2,600 to 3,230
  • HOA costs: $284 to $368 per month
  • Real estate website: https://intersectatotownhomes.com
  • Sale: jfelix@urbanpace.com 202-853-1784

The Intersect at O ​​Townhomes complex, in DC’s Shaw neighborhood, is part of the City Market at O ​​redevelopment of Northern Market – a 19th-century public market – into apartments and townhouses.

These mansions are made of concrete and have four floors, with a roof terrace on the top floor. Each townhouse has a lift connecting all floors and a private underground garage with charging station and storage space.

Each unit has a brick and steel exterior and a fenced front yard with a patio.

A primary suite on the third floor has a private bath, two walk-in closets, and a balcony.

A bedroom on the second floor overlooks the living room through a window with an electric blind. There is a hall bathroom and either a full laundry room or a laundry room. An additional bedroom is located behind the hall bathroom in three of the four available units.

The rooftop deck has a gas fireplace, an electric grill and wiring for a television. Inside, a lounge has a wet bar with seltzer water on tap, an ice maker, and warming and cooling drawers. This level also has a full bathroom or a powder room. Town Hall 02, the decorated model unit, and Town Hall 04 have an additional bedroom outside the powder room. Townhouse 05 has a den and Townhouse 01 ends at the bathroom.

The living room on the first floor has a ceiling of 5 meters high and underfloor heating. This level also has the kitchen and a powder room. All appliances in the units are LEED Gold certified for energy efficiency.

A parquet floor made of oak has been used throughout the mansion. Stairs are made of steel with tension wire and wooden steps. The model unit, Townhome 02, staged by Boxwood Interiors, can be purchased turnkey (move-in ready) for an additional $44,170.

The kitchen has Thermador appliances: refrigerator, induction hob, dishwasher, wine fridge and two electric wall ovens. Counters and backsplashes are Calacatta Laza quartz. Walnut kitchen cabinets match the media center in the living area.

Each townhouse has a bathroom or a powder room on each floor. All units feature Calacatta Laza counters, wood cabinets, wall-mounted faucets and backlit mirrors. The first floor powder room has tile in a chevron pattern behind the vanity and wood floors. The bathrooms on the second floor have a sink, a bath-shower combination, a light gray wall tile and a dark gray floor tile.

The primary bathroom has a double sink and a backlit mirror. The sinks and bathtub are from Victoria + Albert. The shower has a rain head, wall mounted wand and tile bench, all behind a frameless glass enclosure. The walls have light gray tiles and the floors dark gray.

Intersect at O ​​Townhomes is part of the City Market at O ​​development and shares amenities with two nearby apartment buildings. Access to these amenities is free for the first year and $600 per year thereafter. This includes the largest rooftop amenity space in DC, atop 880P, featuring a lap pool, fire pits, dog run, demonstration kitchen, music room, and City Fit Gym and Spa.

Owners of Intersect at O ​​Townhomes units have access to the concierge at the nearby Intersect at O ​​Apartments for accepting packages and mail. A garbage man takes out garbage cans that are outside the garages and returns them.

Nearby shops and restaurants

Oyster Oyster, Dolci Gelati and Convivial are one block from the development. A Giant Food store is also a block away. Blagden Alley, three blocks away, has coffee shops, art galleries and restaurants, including The Dabney restaurant. Other restaurants and shops are nearby on Seventh and Ninth Street NW.

Kennedy Recreation Center is one block away. Logan Circle is about four blocks away.

Elementary: Seaton Elementary School

Mid and high: Cardozo Education Campus

It is two blocks to the Shaw-Howard University subway station and the Mount Vernon Square-Convention Center subway station, both on the Green and Yellow lines.

“This enclave of townhouses is part of City Market in O, where you live in your own new townhome with an elevator, and you have all the amenities a full-service building has to offer,” says real estate agent Jennifer Felix. “Living in City Market also puts you within a minute’s walk of eight Michelin star restaurants,” she said. “The community is also within easy walking distance to the shopping, entertainment and dining of the 14th Street Corridor and Atlantic Plumbing” – a residential and retail development.

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