Ideally situated in the center of DC’s coveted West End, the luxury residences at Westlight Condominiums are the perfect blend of effortless city living, privacy, and undisturbed tranquility.
The sparkling glass enclosed residences and one-of-a-kind custom details are why Vice Presidential Candidate, Kamala Harris and DC’s highest profile power players call the Westlight Condominiums home.
From the upscale lobby showcasing “The Pendulum” lighting sculpture by renowned artist Ingo Maurer, to the breath-taking 50’ living green wall spanning the length of the European inspired lobby, Westlight exemplifies premiere city living.
At Westlight, homes are built not just for luxury, but also for safety. The developer, Anthony Lanier and Eastbanc designed a building that is equipped with a highly sophisticated HEPA grade air filtration system that constantly delivers fresh outdoor air into each individual home. Fresh air, not recirculated air, is so important in today’s current environment. This forward-thinking design is what attracts D.C’s biggest power players.
The state-of-the-art acoustic details at Westlight also sets it apart from other luxury condos in the city. The unique insulation design between homes coupled with floor-to-ceiling triple-glazed sound dampening windows ensures that every residence will truly be a quiet sanctuary steps from national monuments, Georgetown, and the Potomac River.
Westlight owners are surrounded by all the city has to offer, just steps from the most popular downtown attractions and museums, minutes from Foggy Bottom, Dupont Circle, The Kennedy Center, and Rock Creek Park. With three Metro stops (Foggy Bottom, Farragut North and Dupont Circle) as well as the Key, Roosevelt, and Memorial Bridges nearby, residents have easy access to Capitol Hill, downtown offices, all of the area’s major airports, and the surrounding suburbs.
The five-star, chef-style kitchens feature custom Italian high-gloss cabinetry, Caesarstone quartzite countertops, natural gas cooktops, and integrated Bosch and Thermador appliances. With each home’s separate ventilation system, filtering all kitchen smells outdoors, Westlight owners can control virtually every aspect of their living environment.
The spa-inspired bathrooms at Westlight feature slatted IPE teak shower floors, custom Italian cabinetry, enclosed water closets, ToTo toilets and Waterworks fixtures.
The impeccable design and finishes within each home are only part of the full Westlight Condominiums living experience.
The rooftop features DC’s only 25-meter heated rooftop pool and outdoor grill terrace with separate seating spaces offering breathtaking panoramic views of the city.
Westlight also offers a host of high-end building amenities, including access controlled underground parking, private meeting room, clubroom with catering kitchen, and a cutting-edge, high-tech fitness center with Peloton bikes.
In addition, residences will have all of their needs met by the 24-hour concierge, uniformed doorman, in-house porter, and engineer providing personalized white glove services.
Every carefully thought out detail at Westlight exudes modern convenience and ultimate luxury. The spacious floor plans include one-bedroom, two-bedroom, and three-bedroom layouts. To maximize privacy and safety, the homes at Westlight are intentionally spaced out, with only eight homes per floor.
Remaining Westlight residences range in size, including one bedroom with den (1,377-1,381 sq. ft), two bedroom (1,633 sq. ft.), and three bedroom options (2,507-3,031 sq. ft.). The available homes are priced from $1.4M to $4M.
Prospective homebuyers and agents are invited to schedule a private tour of the Westlight Condominiums by visiting the property website here or by contacting the Sales Office at 202.333.3313.
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This article originally published at https://dc.urbanturf.com/articles/blog/exclusive-look-inside-where-dcs-most-elite-power-players-call-home/17445.
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