Northwest One is a small cluster of residential blocks tucked among some of the city’s most centrally located neighborhoods, including Chinatown, Mt. Vernon Triangle, NoMa and Near Northeast. It’s also where the brand new apartment building SeVerna on K recently opened.
A living room at SeVerna on K.
With floor-to-ceiling windows and modern finishes, SeVerna apartments are spacious, smartly designed and—though located right downtown, and within walking distance of the planned REI at the Uline Arena development—compromise on very little. The kitchens have granite countertops, black Energy Star appliances and ceramic tile, and open to large dining/living rooms. Every unit features a dishwasher, microwave and stackable washer/dryer. One-bedroom apartments range from 624 to 721 square feet, and two-bedroom apartments come as large as 1,052 square feet.
SeVerna on K's amenities include a 24-hour concierge, a roof deck with views of the Capitol, a fitness center, business lounge, and clubroom. Parking, located in a secure underground garage, is available at $150 a month for an unassigned space and $175 a month for an assigned space.
A kitchen at SeVerna on K.
SeVerna on K's location is ideal for both young professionals looking to cut down on commute time and for graduate students interested in a convenient DC location. Nearby are Union Station, VIDA Fitness, Taylor Gourmet, Busboys and Poets, Safeway, Harris Teeter, Mandu, Tel'Veh Café and Wine Bar and Alba Osteria. Northwest One Public Library and New York Avenue Playground are a few blocks from the property, and Metro stations for NoMa, Judiciary Square, Union Station, Gallery Place are within walking distance. Marc and Amtrak Trains are both located at Union Station.
This article originally published at http://dc.urbanturf.com/articles/blog/brand_new_downtown_dc_apartments_offer_one_month_free_rent/9284
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