Buy a Condo and Receive 5 Years of Free Hoagies

July 19, 2013

If you love Taylor Gourmet sandwiches and are looking for new digs,there’s a hot property on the condominium market. Taylor founder Casey Patten is selling his one-bedroom at in Penn Quarter, a well-appointed spot in the middle of the Gallery Place tumult. Casey bought the unit in 2005 for $475,000. After eight years, he’s hoping to fetch $489,000, Curbed reports. If the price isn’t enough, Patten is willing to kick in a sweetener. Free hoagies from his sandwich chain. For five years. The building at 777 Seventh Street NW is within walking distance of Taylor Gourmet’s stores at the City Vista development at Fifth and K streets NW and at 694 E Street NW. And if that’s not enough for the winning Taylor fan-cum-homebuyer, moving into Patten’s place will be like settling down in one of the hoagie shops themselves. The dark hardwood floors and clean lines of the apartment were created by Grupo7, the same architecture firm that went on to design Taylor. (dcist)

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