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 211
$395,000
Complex: Fifth and Poplar

Beautiful Uptown city view condo at amenity rich Fifth & Poplar with rare covered terrace looking out over peaceful historic park. This light-filled unit has easy access to the secured street entrance and elevator to parking garage and amenity level. This extremely private condo was originally a 2bed/2bath with den but has been converted to a large 1 bedroom with plenty of room to entertain. The unit can easily be converted back to a 2 bedroom and so is listed as such. California closets, washer/dryer, refrigerator and beautiful terrace fountain convey. Harris Teeter and direct access parking garage with no ramps and deeded space #83 offer unparalleled convenience. You will love calling this unique property home!!

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Basic Information

MLS#: 3401410
Price: $395,000
Square Footage: 1180
Bedrooms: 2
Bathrooms: 2
Year Built: 2002
Type: Mid-Rise
Listing courtesy of: 5 Points Realty

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