A rendering of The Lofts at 1111 W.
Next month, move-ins will begin at The Lofts at 1111 W, 14 lofts at the intersection of two of the city’s most popular neighborhoods -- the 14th Street Corridor and U Street Corridor. These aren’t the typical 1,000-square-foot two-bedroom units commonly found in the neighborhood. With floorpans measuring at 1,500+ square feet, these condos are a unique opportunity to own a large footprint in a central DC location.
Only seven residences remain, and prospective buyers can view the property’s model unit at this weekend’s open house, on Sunday July 24th from 2pm to 4pm.
A rendering of a kitchen at The Lofts at 1111 W.
Located at the corner of 11th and W Streets NW (map), The Lofts at 1111 W is the product of a complete renovation by Urban Investment Partners (UIP) that now includes 14 two-bedroom plus loft and two-and-a-half-bath condominiums with 18-foot ceilings, massive windows, modern kitchens, generous living spaces, fireplaces and on-site parking.
A rendering of a living room at The Lofts at 1111 W.
UIP spared no expense during the renovation and included modern details not usually seen in condominiums. The brand new finishes include hardwood flooring throughout, concealed Bosch appliances, quartz countertops and large scale tiling in bathrooms. Both bedrooms in each home are treated as master bedrooms and include walk-in closets and private master bathrooms. Amenities for the building include a ground level patio space with a grill and lounge furniture, open to all residents.
A rendering of a bathroom at The Lofts at 1111 W.
The Lofts at 1111 W are located within walking distance to dozens of restaurants—from home-style Ethiopian food to upscale bistros—as well as a variety of bars, boutiques, art galleries and cultural venues, like the Howard and Studio theaters. The property is also close to Yes! Organic Market, Trader Joe’s and Whole Foods, and is just two blocks from the U Street Metro station.
For more information on The Lofts at 1111 W, visit the property’s website here.
This article originally published at https://dc.urbanturf.com/articles/blog/Huge_lofts_near_14th_u_streets_now_50_percent_sold_out/11480.
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