Washington | DC
Neshanic Development grew out of Founder Sean Ages’ love of real estate, architecture and design. Neshanic Development’s goal is to realize the full potential of DC’s historical homes, following a design philosophy centered on the integration of new, modern features with the original architectural intent. Ecologically-friendly features are also a
the hallmark of every project.
After successful remodeling projects, Sean and Neshanic Development have once again partnered with the expert builder, Jose Torres, Torres Construction, dedicated to attention to detail and fine craftsmanship throughout every project. We owe the beautiful architecture to Saltbox Design-Architecture, LLC.
Main Floor – Original house – 940 sf – Addition- 640 sf
Total Approximate – 1,580 sf
Lower Level 1 – Original house – 970 sf – Addition- 605sf
Total Approximate -1,575 sf
Upper Level 1 – Original house – 765 sf – Addition- 605 sf
Total Approximate -1,370 sf
Upper Level 2 Attic – Original house – 405 sf – Addition- 65sf
Total Approximate – 470 sf + storage
Shaw is a small neighborhood located in the Northwest quadrant of Washington, D.C. Named after Shaw Junior High School, a junior high school located at Seventh and Rhode Island Avenue NW. Shaw neighborhood is served by Shaw-Howard University Metro System, nearby U Street and Mount Vernon Square Metro stations. There is a bus service within Shaw, which has several routes that connect the area with the Waterfront and Silver Spring via 7th Street. Also, the G2 bus connects Georgetown University and Howard University. Freeway access allows cars to maneuver through the streets of Shaw. Transit Score Methodology, which is a patented measure of how well a location is served by public transit on a scale from 0 to 100, measures the Shaw neighborhood with a score of 80. A score of 80 concludes that Shaw has “excellent transit”, meaning transit is convenient for most trips. The White House, via public transit, is on average 10 minutes away from Shaw. Reagan National Airport, via public transit, is on average 28 minutes away from Shaw.
The majority of residents in Shaw are between the ages of 22 and 39; they constitute 44.5% of the population. This is greater than the average District of Columbia percentage of 34.5% for this age group. Shaw cultural institutions include Ben’s Chili Bowl, the Lincoln Theatre, Dunbar Theater, Whitelaw Hotel, City Market at O, The Shiloh Baptist Church, The Watha T. Daniel/Shaw Neighborhood Library, the Thurgood Marshall Center and the Walter E. Washington Convention Center.
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