This historic property at 4500 Wisconsin Avenue in Northwest Washington, DC was built in 1941 as a Sears department store, and later had become a Hechinger Store. The vacant building was acquired by Roadside Development in December, 2001. Roadside maximized the property's prime location atop the Tenleytown Metro Station and it became one of the city's first major transit-oriented mixed-use projects. The project is across the street from a Whole Foods Market, restaurants, shops, and other neighborhood retail. The $105 million project includes 204 condominium units, 88,000 square feet of retail (including Best Buy, the Container Store, and Ace Hardware), and 330 parking spaces. Cityline at Tenley residents have a 24-hour concierge service and an onsite state-of-the-art fitness center.
The retail stores opened in October, 2003 and the residential project was completed in 2005 .
Cityline has a spacious, modern lobby with wireless internet connectivity, fitness and business centers, two lushly landscaped courtyards and a 24-hour concierge. Most resale units come with garage parking. View Cityline at Tenley Condominium units below, or read more about Cityline.
Units at Cityline need to be evaluated on a "tier" by "tier" basis. It's truly a location within a location, with west facing units getting the most sunshine, but there are also units overlooking a neighboring cemetary -- a resale challenge., for sure.
In a sentence or two? Cityline at Tenley offers upper NW DC a distinctly modern "chic" condominium