DC’s vibrant U Street Corridor, one of the city’s most convenient and well-connected neighborhoods, is welcoming a brand-new boutique condominium next month.
Aperture features just 19 residences—including two duplex penthouses with private roof terraces—around the corner from the corridor’s new Whole Foods Market. Constructed entirely of concrete, steel and glass (a rarity for boutique condos), Aperture’s residences are drenched in natural light, feature amazing views of the city, and are exceptionally well built with top notch sound proofing.
Behind a sleek glass façade, the 19 homes are similarly modern, with clean, spacious and functional floorplans. One- and two-bedroom residences are available measuring in size from 630 to over 2,000 square feet. The penthouses boast private outdoor terraces (and direct elevator access), and many of the other residences have balconies.
Finishes at Aperture include floor-to-ceiling glass windows, chef kitchens with gas cooktops and Bosch appliances, quartz countertops, authentic parquet flooring, frameless glass showers, backlit bathroom mirrors and full-sized washers and dryers. Amenities include a secure bike room and individual parking spaces for select residences.
Aperture is set one block back from the hustle and bustle of U Street and a few block from DC’s Shaw neighborhood, where Aperture owners can enjoy a huge variety of restaurants, bars and cafes, including El Rey, All Souls Bar, The Brixton, Compass Coffee, The Fainting Goat, Dacha Beer Garden, Haikan, American Ice Company and many more. The property is also steps from the U Street-Cardozo Metro Station.
Pricing ranges from the $400s to $2M, and model tours will be available in the coming weeks. For more information, visit Aperture online at ApertureDC.com, or contact James LoBocchiaro of McWilliams|Ballard at 202.846.8022 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
This article originally published at https://dc.urbanturf.com/articles/blog/inside-the-newest-19-condos-steps-from-whole-foods-in-the-u-street-corrido/19544.
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