14W Open For Move-ins Starting This Week

by UrbanTurf Staff

Rendering of 14W.

14W, the 231-unit apartment building at 14th Street and W Street NW that began leasing in February, officially opened its doors this week.

The seven-story building, which boasts amenities like a 40,000-square-foot YMCA, a rooftop grilling area and a yoga studio, has apartments ranging in size from a 568-square-foot studio to a 1,363-square-foot two-bedroom plus den. Rental rates range from $2,000 a month up to $4,700 for the two-bedroom, plus den options.

Living room at 14W

As is the case with View 14 just up the block, 14W is a 100 percent smoke-free building, which means that smoking even in the individual apartments is not permitted.

14W opens its doors not long after The District, a new 125-unit apartment project at 14th and S streets NW, was sold in March to JP Morgan Chase and Co. for $76 million; it started leasing soon after the acquisition.

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  1. makeba said at 12:35 pm on Friday April 26, 2013:

    Workforce housing ...at its best!

  1. Jeffrey said at 2:05 pm on Friday April 26, 2013:

    Who did the staging?  I like it!

  1. Deanna said at 2:11 pm on Friday April 26, 2013:

    So excited we’re now open… Come check out our beautiful new homes!

  1. Deanna said at 2:12 pm on Friday April 26, 2013:

    @Jeffrey- Our model home is staged and decorated by West Elm. It’s even better in person! We’re open this weekend if you’d like to come by!

  1. Neighbor said at 5:09 am on Saturday April 27, 2013:

    Deanna - when will the entire stretch of W St. be fixed, which was destroyed by the heavy trucks during the construction???

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