June 17, 2011
Washington, DC, Tuesday, June 17, 2011 – Lynn Hackney, President of Urban Pace, a new home sales and marketing company for urban developers located in Washington, DC, is pleased to announce that Urban Pace has successfully sold out The Crest at Columbia Heights within 90 days of the grand opening. The Crest is a luxury condominium building featuring historic architecture with contemporary appointments located in the Columbia Heights neighborhood of Washington, DC. These one and two-bedroom homes sold at prices ranging from the high $200's to $500's.
Michael Yarnell, Sales Manager for Urban Pace remarks: "The Crest was a special and important project in the developing neighborhood of Columbia Heights. As in any up and coming neighborhood, it is important to know the community and the market in order to deliver a quality product that savvy buyers will appreciate. We are pleased that the response to this project was both positive and immediate."
Positioned only 3 blocks from the Columbia Heights Metro, Tivoli Theatre and local restaurants and shops, The Crest is owned by Valor Development and was designed to create a new level of standard for "living in elegance."
About Valor Development:
Valor Development, LLC is a privately owned company that works with real estate agents, investors, developers, and financiers to source prospective projects for renovation, rehabilitation, or new construction. Valor Development current projects include Fairlawn Estates, The Crest at Columbia Heights and The Flats at IL Palazzo. For more information please visit www.valordev.com or call (202) 570-7060.
About Urban Pace:
Urban Pace, LLC is a privately owned company that has been in the business of selling and marketing urban real estate for more than 10 years. The Urban Pace portfolio of properties exceeds 2.2M square feet of urban condominiums and townhomes in the greater Washington, DC market area. For more information please visit www.urbanpace.com or call (202) 296-1203.
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