eNvy, one of the most exciting new condominiums in the Ballpark District, is 30 percent sold, but buyers still have the opportunity to choose from a variety of beautifully finished homes, including one-bedrooms priced from $429,900 and two-bedrooms priced from $799,900 to over $1 million. Buyers can choose from an array of one- and two-bedroom residences featuring ballpark and river views.
The attention to detail and high-end finishes at eNvy give it a distinctly boutique feel. Residences feature nine- to ten-foot ceilings, solar shades, adjustable closet systems, elegant hardwood floors by Kahrs, and Bosch appliances. Bathrooms feature illuminated mirrors, glazed porcelain shower tile and hexagon-honed ceramic floor tiling. The residences also feature smart home technology like NEST thermostats and USB outlets. Play the video below to see everything eNvy has to offer.
eNvy residents will have a full-service concierge and a fitness center designed and programmed by FX Studios. On-site amenities also include a two-story library space, several resident lounges and a rooftop terrace featuring a kitchen with lounge seating, a dining space and a fireplace. In addition, all residents will have an option to join the neighboring pool for a nominal fee.
The outdoor portion of the terrace boasts additional lounge seating, grills, a TV, fire pit and—the property's most singular amenity—views directly into Nats Park, allowing residents to watch a ballgame or take in a stadium show from home. Personal storage and bike storage are available, and underground garage parking is available at an additional cost.
The Ballpark District is a burgeoning waterfront neighborhood of restaurants, breweries, boutiques and bars. eNvy is across the street from newly announced Union Kitchen Grocery, Compass Coffee and Cold Stone Creamery along with Gatsby from Knead Hospitality & Design and Atlas Brew Works. It’s also within short walking distance of The Salt Line, Gordon Biersch Brewery, Bluejacket and Osteria Morini. Punch Bowl Social, a bar and restaurant with bowling, karaoke, ping-pong, and more, will open immediately next door at 1250 Half Street. Additional exciting retailers will be announced soon.
Prospective residents can experience the property via its state-of-the-art virtual reality program, which allows them to walk through every unit of the building, adjust color palettes, and change the time of year and even time of day as they tour. On-site tours will begin in the fall. Sales are being handled by Urban Pace; to schedule your private visit or to speak to a sales manager, visit eNvy online here, call 202.315.5426, or email eNvy@urbanpace.com.
This article originally published at https://dc.urbanturf.com/articles/blog/envy-is-30-percent-sold-in-the-first-3-months/15680.
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