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What to Know About DC's New Loggia Townes Development

David Plotz
Posted on October 26   |   Updated on October 27
An artist's rendering of the Loggia Townes townhomes.

Each Loggia Townes townhome has its own entrance off Newark Avenue NW. (KASA)

This "3 Questions With" comes from a sponsored interview in partnership with Urban Pace.

I recently chatted with Urban Pace Sales Director Jennifer Felix about the new Loggia Townes development in Cleveland Park. Jennifer shares some of her favorite features of these new luxury townhomes, new retail, and the Cleveland Park neighborhood. Here’s a preview of the conversation:

What is the Loggia Townes development?

“Loggia Townes is a collection of four townhomes. They're all a little bit different as far as their size and their layout. It also encompasses retail, which is always important to the neighborhood. And it's also got this really cool pedestrian park to it. So it's beyond just the townhomes; it's also about the enhancement of what Loggia is going to bring to the very well-established neighborhood of Cleveland Park.”

Do the Loggia Townes homes have any special features?

“Going into Cleveland Park, we had to work with the Historic Preservation Review Board. So Loggia Townes and the retail strip were kind of mimicking this very cool Art Deco structure. They're all going to be three stories, but they're going to range [in size]. One thing that's really cool about it is the ceiling height … which always makes that space feel bigger and really, really nice. They also did a really cool job with the windows. I know it sounds funny to talk about windows, but I'm a little obsessed with them.”

 The Loggia Townes at Uptown Plaza

The Loggia Townes at Uptown Plaza, Townhome 3 (Sanders Studio)

What's your favorite aspect of Cleveland Park?

“The thing about Cleveland Park, which I don't think a lot of people have realized, is you literally can eat the world. You have Duke's, so you've got a great hamburger. You've got the Cracked Eggery, so you can get eggs. You also have Sababa, which is Israeli food. You've got 3321 Bistro DC, which is Tex Mex. To be honest, my favorite is going to be Little Blackbird, I love the playful pairings. Who doesn't love drinking wine with some junk food?”

The townhomes, delivering late this year, will feature adjacent retail including Fresh Baguette

The townhomes, delivering late this year, will feature adjacent retail including Fresh Baguette (KASA)

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