Fifth & Poplar Condos


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DEVELOPMENT NAME: Fifth & Poplar
LOCATION: Center City : 4th Ward
DEVELOPMENT TYPE: Mid Rise
DEVELOPMENT STATUS: Complete
YEAR BUILT: Converted in 2006
BUILDING HEIGHT: 8 stories
TOTAL CONDOS: 300
CONDO MIX: Studios to Penthouses
SQUARE FOOTAGE: Approx 550 to 2400
PRICE RANGE: Upper $100’s to $1 mil


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Fifth & Poplar Amenities

  • 24-hour concierge & security
  • Courtyard & pool
  • Putting green, fireside terrace and pet park
  • Cyber cafe
  • Coffee bar
  • Media room with billiards
  • Fitness center
  • Controlled access
  • On-site grocery store and salon & spa

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300 W 5th Street Unit 625
$359,999
Complex: Fifth and Poplar

Striking 2 story loft offers 4th Ward location and resort-style amenity package to simplify your daily life. Soaring great room is illuminated with natural light from floor to ceiling windows. Kitchen features stainless appliance package, granite and breakfast bar. Step out to the private terrace and consume the skyline. Live large in this flexible plan - master up or down, each offers sizable walk-in closet and ensuite bath. Media loft with handsome built-ins/wet bar and beverage center. Modern paint scheme and new floors make it a no-brainer. Harris Teeter directly downstairs (be sure to check out the wine loft) 24hr concierge, fitness, pool, dog park, putting green, media room, business center, coffee bar.

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Basic Information

MLS#: 3394211
Price: $359,999
Square Footage: 1190
Bedrooms: 2
Bathrooms: 2
Year Built: 2002
Type: Mid-Rise
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