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New Renderings Offer Glimpse Inside Eastbanc's Westlight Condos
Today, Eastbanc released renderings of the Westlight Condos, an upscale residential property in West End that also includes a newly-constructed location of the neighborhood public library.
A rendering of the Westlight lobby
Located at 1111 24th Street NW, Westlight will deliver 71 luxury condominium units, a mix of one-, two-, and three-bedrooms plus dens, ranging from 600 to 3,000 square feet. The building, which is planned to be completed in spring 2017, per a press release, will also incorporate a 21,000 square-foot library and 7,300 square feet of retail space.
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An additional attached building at 1110 23rd Street NW (map) will deliver 93 apartments. Enrique Norten of TEN Arquitectos designed the Westlight; the development team also includes Clark Enterprises, Dantes Partners, JBG Companies, The Warrenton Group and L.S. Caldwell & Associates.
Living room for one of the condos.
In early 2014, an activist effort to stop the project ended when the DC Court of Appeals denied a request from the group, led by Ralph Nader, to stop the development. The decision ended a three-year battle between the DC Library Renaissance Project and Eastbanc.
More renderings below.
An aerial rendering of the Westlight
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This article originally published at https://dc.urbanturf.com/articles/blog/inside_the_westlight_condos/11695.
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