Green Condominium Living Infused with Art Comes to U Street
H-Space gallery at ArtView Condominiums.
Art and urban sophistication are brought to life at ArtView Condominiums, the city's most innovative residential project hitting the U Street Corridor.
The vision of Paul So, founder of Hamiltonian Artists and Executive Officer of PT2SO Investments LLC, ArtView is a mixed-use and environmentally sustainable building that integrates fine art and luxury residences. In partnership with Hamiltonian Artists, Cultural DC and several local art organizations, ArtView residents will have unprecedented access to H-Space, a new contemporary art space.
A bedroom at ArtView Condominiums.
Designed by Inscape Studio, ArtView Condominiums is a LEED Gold building with solar PV panels, a green roof, pervious courtyard pavement to reduce runoff and an innovative rainwater collection system.
A view from the rooftop balcony at ArtView Condominiums.
Each residence is impeccably designed with high-end finishes that make the living space into an instant oasis. The 1,100+ square feet homes come with floor-to-ceiling windows, hardwood flooring throughout and energy efficient lighting and appliances. The spa-inspired bathrooms feature frameless glass shower enclosures, large soaking tubs, custom vanities, distinctive tile designs and top-of-the-line Kohler fixtures.
The kitchens at ArtView come complete with custom Leicht cabinetry, Bosch stainless steel appliances, LED under-cabinet lighting, subway tile backsplashes and large Caesarstone Waterfall islands. Thermador stainless steel appliances, private balconies and incredible city views are available in ArtView's exclusive penthouse homes. These boutique homes at ArtView Condominiums are available for purchase and ready to move in.
The custom kitchen at ArtView Condominiums.
The unique experience at ArtView extends into the surrounding U Street Corridor. Ideally located at 1932 9th Street NW, ArtView is in the heart of one of the city's most culturally and artistically rich areas (map). Residents will be surrounded by a historic neighborhood known for its cultural heritage in jazz and African American history. New performing art spaces and other cultural venues are within walking distance, giving homeowners easy access to the city's most popular destinations.
The bathroom at ArtView Condominiums.
For inquiries and to schedule your exclusive private appointment at ArtView Condominiums, contact Jennifer Harper at 202-315-5426 or via email at email@example.com.
This article originally published at https://dc.urbanturf.com/articles/blog/artview_-_condominium_living_infused_with_art/12380.
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