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Look no further because you have found an amazing one bedroom, one bathroom condo in beautiful Friendship Heights! This condo at The Harrison boasts a light-filled open floor plan with attractive hardwood floors and a wall of windows that provide vibrant sunlight beaming into the unit. It is centrally located near Rodman’s, all of the shops and restaurants by Mazza Gallerie, and the Friendship Heights Red Line Metro. This condo is perfect for commuting and is a walker’s paradise with a score of 91/100 – you won’t even need a car! Enjoy the outdoors with the spacious, landscaped courtyard with water feature, relax near the cozy fire pit on a cool day, or entertain a few guests at the BBQ station. Delight in one-level living in a secure building, and if you like, pets are welcome!
Friendship Heights is an urban commercial and residential neighborhood in northwest Washington, D.C. and southern Montgomery County, Maryland. Though its borders are not clearly defined, Friendship Heights consists roughly of the neighborhoods and commercial areas around Wisconsin Avenue north of Fessenden Street NW and Tenleytown to Somerset Terrace and Willard Avenue in Maryland, and from River Road in the west to Reno Road and 41st Street in the east. Within Maryland west of Wisconsin Avenue is the Village of Friendship Heights, technically a special taxation district. The portion in the District of Columbia lies in Ward 3, represented by ANCs 3E03 and 3E04. It is often considered to be part of Chevy Chase, D.C.; The most substantial commercial aspects are the shopping plazas near the intersection of Wisconsin and Western Avenues. Found here are many department stores, as well as numerous boutiques, day spas, a multiplex cinema and other services which cater to the residents as well as visitors to the area. The area also features a variety of moderate and discount chains.
The neighborhood also supports a number of offices, including the corporate headquarters of insurance giant GEICO (originally Government Employees Insurance Company) and the Ritz-Carlton hotel chain, and a concentration of broadcast media including the studios of WMAL-FM, WSBN, and WTTG (Fox 5). As a result, heavy traffic is not uncommon. The Friendship Heights Station on the Red Line of the Washington Metro system serves the area, and the station is also a major connecting depot for area bus services. Streetcar service, which once connected the neighborhood to Georgetown, was abandoned in 1960. Since the late 1990s, development has accelerated in the neighborhood, notably the construction of Chase Tower on Willard Avenue, a new Chevy Chase Center replacing the older 1980s-era complex of the same name, and new condominiums on the site of the former Washington Women’s Clinic.
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