The Lankford, a beautifully designed 9-residence boutique condominium with a historically-inspired façade and tons of smart features, is now selling in a fantastic Logan Circle location.
Homes are priced competitively, ranging from $349k to $799k, and will be available for touring at this weekend’s open house, on October 16th and 17th from 1pm to 3pm.
The Lankford includes one- and two-bedroom residences, including two multi-level penthouse units with skylights, lots of extra storage and a private outdoor space in one of the units. While the exterior is historic in design, interiors are contemporary with large windows, high ceilings, white oak wood floors, and marble and ceramic tiles. Kitchens feature wood Shaker-style cabinetry, quartz countertops, Bosch appliances, and bathrooms boast custom vanities, marble countertops, herringbone tile and custom niches.
The building boasts a cutting-edge intercom entry system that uses facial recognition and can be connected to residents’ smart phones. Inside, residences are all smart-capable with individual Qolsys IQ Panels (also accessible from a smart phone) for controlling smart locks, thermostats, lights, outlets and blinds.
Building amenities include bike/stroller storage and a green roof created for storm water management and energy conservation purposes. Parking is also available for purchase.
Located at 1317 11th St NW, The Lankford sits in the heart of Logan Circle and has a walk score of 98. In addition to being local to hundreds of restaurants, bars and boutique shops, the condo is walkable to the U Street Corridor, Shaw, Mt Vernon Square, Chinatown and Downtown DC.
This article originally published at http://dc.urbanturf.com/articles/blog/a-first-look-at-the-newest-condos-in-the-heart-of-logan-circle/18811
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