Your City Sanctuary

A home and community that invites you to love being on the ground and having your head in the clouds.

The brand-new Arbor at Takoma is perfectly situated for an accessible, urban lifestyle that inspires you to enjoy your vibrant community or to comfortably retreat into a tech forward, remote work ready sanctuary all your own. The perfect address for those who know who they are, what they want and where they want to be. 


Beautiful Wood Plank Flooring
Striking Dark Navy and White Cabinetry with Champagne Bronze Pulls
Black Stainless Steel Appliances


Wood Plank Flooring
Smart Home Technology
Recessed Lighting


Champagne Bronze Delta Fixtures
Hexagonal Floor and Shower Tiles
Dark Navy Vanity with Champagne Bronze Pulls


Perfectly balanced.

Walk through the tree lined beauty of this Takoma neighborhood or hop on the metro, explore the local bars and restaurants, enjoy all The Parks at Walter Reed has to offer or simply immerse yourself in the beauty of Rock Creek Park. With easy access to Silver Spring & downtown DC, this walker’s paradise has a score of 90 and provides everything you need to find the harmony where nature meets life.


218 Cedar Street NW, Washington DC 20012

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Prices, terms and features are subject to change without notice. Pursuant to the District of Columbia Inclusionary Zoning program, income restricted units are available at this development. Please contact the Department of Housing and Community Development at regarding the availability of such units and requirements for registration in the Inclusionary Zoning program.

The Arbor at Takoma has not yet been registered with the D.C. Department of Housing and Community Development (DHCD). This does not constitute an offer to sell units and no units in the condominium can or will be offered for sale until the units are registered with DHCD. We are pledged to the letter and spirit of US policy for the achievement of equal housing opportunity throughout the nation.

Some photos used, under CC BYPhoto by Ben Schumin, Photo by Elvert Barnes