Just three months after opening, 2501 M Street has sold thirty percent of its stunning condominium homes, which will be ready for move-in this fall. Located in DC’s beautiful and tranquil West End, the fast sales pace is not surprising as 2501 M is a designer’s dream.
Washington will finally have its own Nobu DC restaurant, located on the first floor of 2501 M.
Featuring floor-to-ceiling windows and brilliant natural light, the condominiums at 2501 M—which range from 1,020 to 2,200 square feet—are impressive. Each residence features sleek cabinetry, the highest-quality stone, customized lighting and white oak flooring, plus generous balconies and oversized private terraces. Style-savvy residents will appreciate the dramatic 18-foot-high lobby and the thoughtful selections of furnishings, fabrics and lighting throughout the entire building.
2501 M offers floorplans that include one-bedroom plus den, two-bedroom, and two-bedroom plus den options, and interested buyers can currently tour two beautifully furnished model residences. The building’s ground-level amenities, which include a lobby with a 24-hour front desk, residents’ clubroom, private dining room with catering kitchen, and state-of-the-art fitness center, are set to be complete in September.
Other luxury amenities include valet service, a landscaped rooftop terrace and yoga studio. Also in September, the world-famous Japanese chef Nobu Matsuhisa premieres his newest Nobu restaurant, Nobu DC, on the first floor at 2501 M.
The building’s ideal location makes it just a short walk from historic Georgetown and beautiful Rock Creek Park. Residents will appreciate the easy access to the Dupont Circle Farmers’ Market, Francis Dog Park and some of Washington’s best restaurants and shopping.
Prices at 2501 M start at $800,000 with sales and marketing by the Mayhood Company. For more information and to make an appointment to view the model residences, call the on-site office at 202-293-2501 that is open daily from 11am to 5pm.
This article originally published at https://dc.urbanturf.com/articles/blog/2501_m_street_west_ends_newest_luxury_condos_selling_fast/12862.
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