The expansive lobby at 2501 M Street.
The final finishing touches are being put on the stunning condominiums at 2501 M Street. Thanks to the talents of interior designer Olvia Demetriou of HapstakDemetriou+, curious buyers will be wowed by the just-completed amenity spaces throughout the building.
The dramatic lobby entrance offers visitors the first memorable experience, with airy 18-foot ceilings, sumptuous seating, rich designer fabrics and soft lighting. The 30-person capacity clubroom—with bar—is an ideal location for cocktail parties and other celebrations.
For residents who arrange business appointments outside the office, 2501 M offers a private meeting space—a decidedly more stylish option than the local coffee shop. Rounding out the list of amenities is the light-filled, state-of-the-art fitness center and yoga studio.
The clubroom and bar at 2501 M Street.
The building’s amenity spaces are the perfect complement to the elegantly composed private homes. Visitors can tour four different models, which include the building’s top-selling two-bedroom residence as well as the two-bedrooms with dens, which offer views of Frances Park and its wonderful fall foliage.
The lounge at 2501 M Street.
Downstairs, Nobu DC (the District’s only location by world-famous chef Nobu Matsuhisa) is now officially open. Reservations are currently booked a few weeks out, but 2501 M residents need not fret—they’re the only patrons in the city who can order takeout from Nobu through the building’s concierge.
The state-of-the-art fitness center at 2501 M Street.
2501 M Street will be complete in November and initial move-ins can be scheduled in under 60 days. Prices start at $800,000, with sales and marketing by the Mayhood Company. For more information and to make an appointment to view the model homes, please call the on-site office, open daily from 11am to 5pm, at 202-293-2501. You can also learn more by visiting 2501m.com.
This article originally published at https://dc.urbanturf.com/articles/blog/2501_m_street_sanctuary_in_the_city_is_finally_complete/13216.
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