For all of the 14th Street Corridor's real estate growth, condo developments on 14th Street are still few and far between. Currently, Lumen Condominiums, located at the corner of 14th and W Streets NW (map), is the only condo project selling on or in the pipeline for the corridor’s most popular thoroughfare—and the property has just two floorplans remaining, priced from the low $700s. Construction is complete and move-ins for the property are immediate.
Lumen Condominiums include 18 elegant one- and two-bedroom residences with floor-to-ceiling windows, terraces or balconies and—thanks to the property’s prime location—sweeping southern views of downtown DC. The remaining condos are two-bedroom, two-bath residences, including one top-floor unit with three balconies and a designated parking space (though parking options are available for all of Lumen’s condos).
Lumen Condominiums can be toured by appointment through Urban Pace’s Jennifer Harper, available at firstname.lastname@example.org or 202.315.5427.
The lobby at Lumen Condominiums.
As with all of Community Three Development's projects, the attention to detail is evident in every aspect of the building. The lobby and common spaces are gorgeously appointed with furnishings from a number of 14th Street's finest retailers, including West Elm and Mitchell Gold + Bob Williams. The ultra modern look is complimented by elements like artwork from Hungarian artist Edit Voros and an oversized hand painted victorian mirror.
In addition to the common spaces, outdoor spaces and stunning views, Lumen Condominiums features a myriad of high-end appointments: white oak wood flooring, porcelain tiling, self closing high-gloss cabinets, solid core wood doors, ELFA Storage System closets, Kohler and Moen fixtures, quartz countertops in kitchens and bathrooms, Carrera marble kitchen backsplashes, Baldwin hardware throughout and stainless steel Electrolux appliances. The building also boasts 9+ foot ceilings, low condo fees and a Walk Score™ of 98.
A kitchen at Lumen Condominiums.
Nearby, residents will find top-rated restaurants including Barcelona, Le Diplomate, Pearl Dive and Kapnos, as well as bars and hidden gems, like the Gibson. Yes! Organic Market is just across the street, and both Trader Joe’s and Whole Foods are within walking distance. A variety of fitness centers are steps away, including CrossFit DC, Solidcore and B. Fit DC, and the property’s ground floor will soon be occupied by DC’s first 18|8 Fine Men’s Salon.
This article originally published at https://dc.urbanturf.com/articles/blog/just_two_floor_plans_remain_at_14th_streets_lumen_condominiums/11396.
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