Designer touches and rich interior finishes selected by Olvia Demetriou of HapstakDemetriou+ greet you at every turn at this upscale community of condominium homes in the District’s charming West End. Each residence at 2501 M is thoughtfully designed to make the most of every layout—ranging from 1,020 to 2,200+ square feet—and give residents a truly impressive living experience.
Thoughtful design and a generous outside balcony create seamless spaces that maximize light and views.
Enter through the foyer of the furnished model residence, a spacious corner two-bedroom condo with den, and you are welcomed by Stile® white oak flooring that leads you to the open living space with floor-to-ceiling windows overlooking the corner of 25th and M Streets. To your right is a generously sized balcony that provides outdoor space for leisurely morning coffees and fantastic people watching at night.
The chef-inspired kitchen to the left of the combined dining and living space features sleek cabinetry by Cuisine Idéale, quartz countertops and professional-grade appliances such as Thermador and Bosch that are perfect for connoisseurs and casual gourmets alike.
Each of the two private bedrooms has its own bathroom outfitted with top-of-the line fixtures from Hansgrohe, Toto, Kohler and Duravit—all surrounded by elegant finishes from Porcelanosa and Daltile for a truly relaxing bath-spa experience.
New residents will be equally delighted by the range of the building’s amenities, which include a dramatic lobby with a 24-hour front desk, a residents’ clubroom and state-of-the-art fitness center, as well as a landscaped rooftop terrace.
Downstairs at 2501 M, world-famous Japanese chef Nobu Matsuhisa will premiere his newest Nobu restaurant in September 2017, a notable addition to the neighborhood’s many nearby attractions that include historic Georgetown, Rock Creek Park and Dupont Circle.
With more than 30 percent of the residences sold, 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, please call the on-site office, open daily from 11am to 5pm, at 202-293-2501.
This article originally published at https://dc.urbanturf.com/articles/blog/distinctive_design_at_a_distinctive_address_2501_m_street/12908.
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