2030 8th Street, at Atlantic Plumbing.
Atlantic Plumbing is the unmissable, industrial-style property that debuted at the booming north end of DC’s Shaw neighborhood last year. Designed by renowned NYC-based Morris Adjmi Architects, Atlantic Plumbing includes a 62-unit condominium called 2030 8th Street.
A penthouse bedroom at 2030 8th Street.
Just three exceptional penthouse condos remain, priced competitively from $999,900 to $1,750,000. To tour them, make an appointment with McWilliams|Ballard at Sales@2030AP.com or 202-792-8880. To see a penthouses virtually, click here.
Set at the corner of 8th and V Streets NW (map), 2030 8th Street is ideally located just north of Florida Avenue and within walking distance of countless new additions to the Shaw and U Street Corridor neighborhoods. Highlights include Warby Parker, Compass Coffee, Diplomat Pizza, Glen’s Garden Market, Mockingbird Hill and the brand new Landmark Theater at Atlantic Plumbing Cinema.
A penthouse kitchen at 2030 8th Street.
Penthouse units at 2030 8th Street have spacious layouts and include either one bedroom plus a loft space or two bedrooms, 9+ foot ceilings, dramatic walls of windows with panoramic views of the city and private terraces. Interiors, which pay homage to the original Atlantic Plumbing Supply warehouse, include contemporary finishes that incorporate natural-finished wood floors, custom cabinetry and stainless steel appliances. Bathrooms are well appointed with floating vanities, floor-to-ceiling porcelain tile surrounds and full-width mirrors.
A penthouse living space and private terrace at 2030 8th Street.
Building amenities include a full-service concierge, as well as a fitness center and resident lounge, both viewable via 3-D virtual tour here and here. Each penthouse also comes with a garage parking space.
This article originally published at https://dc.urbanturf.com/articles/blog/just_3_penthouse_remain_at_atlantic_plumbing_on_U_Street/11533.
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