New 13-unit Warder Condo Coming Online in Park View

Warder grand openingNeighborhood Development Company’s new Warder condominium development (3542 Warder St at Manor Street) is nearing completion and will be open for viewing this weekend. I had an opportunity to look inside on July 7th and found it an interesting development. There are 13 units and with both common and private rooftop decks everyone will  have access to the roof.

Twelve of the units are market rate and have 2 bedroom and 2 bedroom with den floor plans ranging ranging from 1,008 square feet to 1,375 square feet. The price range will be from the low $600,000’s to the upper $700,000’s.  Parking and secure storage will be available for purchase.

The building also contains one Inclusionary Zoning unit that is a 2-Level 3 bedroom space containing 1,708 square ft. and will be available at an AMI rate of 50%. More information is available at www.thewarder.com or www.instagram.com/thewarderdc.

Below are some photos I took during my visit.

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3 Comments on “New 13-unit Warder Condo Coming Online in Park View”

  1. Daniel N. Says:

    Kent this was started before we moved to the block (400 block of Manor Place). How the heck did this ever get permitted? 13 units in an R4 lot? I’m very unhappy with this — it’s a quiet corner, and they’ve jammed this 13-unit monstrosity onto the lot. Any idea how many units were there before?

    • a.s.c Says:

      Kent would know for sure, but I believe the lot actually was zoned for higher density in the past and only received minor tweaks given the massing.

      It goes really far back and turns a corner in the alley making it a similar size to the condos and apartments on Newton Place – which it is adjacent to it in its rear. I suspect that’s why it can fit so many units and was zoned to do so.

      • Daniel N. Says:

        Thanks for the response. I read Kent’s older posts from when they first started the work last year. He said they could do it by right.


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