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Just a Handful of Apartments Remain at DC’s Ultra-Luxury 450K
Just a handful of ultra-luxury apartments remain at 450K, a high rise that seamlessly blends artful, refined homes with beautifully appointed communal spaces in the heart of Mount Vernon Triangle. To find an apartment at 450K, or to schedule a tour, visit the property online here, or contact Property Manager Julie Smith at 202.289.5609 or email@example.com.
From 450K’s lobby to the sprawling rooftop terraces, developer Kettler along with current owner, Ogden CAP, LLC, have cultivated a refined elegance and respite from the hustle of surrounding downtown DC. The lobby features a 24-hour concierge and evokes the tranquility of an art gallery with large-scale commissioned works from the Washington Color School, an innovative group of abstract painters. 450K’s terraces have sweeping views of the city that include the Washington Monument.
Apartments at 450K include studios, junior one bedrooms, and one and two bedrooms, measuring up to 1,125 square feet. Interior features include walk-in closets, showers with frameless glass doors, stainless steel appliances, in-unit washer and dryers, washed oak flooring and chef-caliber kitchens with quartz countertops and moveable islands.
450K boasts more than half-a-dozen amenity spaces, often used for resident events. A sprawling roof deck includes an abundance of seating, as well as grills, cozy nooks, and lounge/sunning areas around the perimeter of the roof, plus a lap pool and sundeck. The penthouse clubroom features an entertaining kitchen and retractable glass walls opening to the roof deck. There’s also a media room and a second floor lounge with a spacious patio that has seating, grills, and water features.
All residents have access to a state-of-the-art fitness center, a bike storage room and a pet washing station.
450K is within walking distance of Chinatown, the Capitol One Arena, Shaw, NoMa, and dozens of restaurants and shops, including Busboys & Poets, Chinatown Coffee Company, A Baked Joint, RPM Italian, Farmer’s & Distillers and Soul Cycle.
Pricing for apartments at 450K starts at $1,910 a month. For more information, visit the property online here, or contact Property Manager Julie Smith at 202.289.5609 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
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