Residential real estate development advisory firm Urban Pace, a Long & Foster company, opened the door to a premier condominium community in Washington’s vibrant NoMa neighborhood with a digital launch event in June. The 99 residences, developed by the partnership of UIP, Kadida Development Group and United Investments, was introduced with an exciting virtual event that showcased the spectacular homes and amenities of this residential building known as Tribeca.
“Like Tribeca, Urban Pace is on the forefront of delivering what is lacking in the marketplace,” said Clint Mann, president of Urban Pace. “Specifically, we want to provide the most engaging launch of a preeminent residential property within the confines of a ‘new normal’ of enhanced safety and social distancing.”
From a contemporary brick exterior that harkens to a New York style to panoramic rooftop views and chic amenities, Tribeca offers distinction and luxury at a new residential landmark in one of the Capital’s fastest growing and in-demand neighborhoods. Located between N. Capitol and 1st Streets on N Street NE, Tribeca was named to reflect its location on a triangular plot of land backing up to New York Avenue. Residents can choose from one-bedroom units, one bedroom plus den, two bedroom options and various penthouse floor plans. Prices start in the upper $400s.
The new 13-story building includes a fitness center, a rooftop club room, and a community rooftop designed by award-winning landscape architect Parker Rodriguez that offers both an oasis of green and skyline views. The modern residences were designed by Carlyn and Company Interiors + Design and feature kitchens with contemporary flair offered in two different color palettes with Kohler fixtures, J. Suss Industries Inc. custom cabinetry and Kahrs hardwood flooring.
Tribeca is located in the growing, trendy and highly desirable location known as NoMa, nicknamed for its location North of Massachusetts Avenue. The building provides easy access to NoMa’s nightspots and dining, the NoMa-Gallaudet University Metro Station, Union Market and nearby retailers that include Trader Joe’s, Harris Teeter and REI.
Urban Pace has been using virtual reality and other technology for several years to help prospective buyers experience unbuilt residences in three dimensions. Building on that knowledge, the Tribeca virtual opening provided a highly immersive look into these exciting new condominium homes including interviews with the development team as well as conversations with some popular neighborhood business owners.