Rendering of the Meridian. Courtesy of Paradigm Management.
In the next several months, Mount Vernon Triangle could get almost 400 new residents and another electric car charging station.
Meridian will offer studios, starting at around 500-square feet, one-bedrooms, from 700 to 950 square feet, and two-bedrooms, from 990 to 1,330 square feet. Studios and one-bedrooms have starting rents of $1,925 a month and two-bedrooms ranging from $3,275 to $4,000.
Paradigm Companies and Steuart Investment Company hired Architect’s Collaborative to design the building, which has a rooftop pool, clubroom, and 3 floors of underground parking with electric car charging stations (joining the others in the area) and Zipcar parking.
This article originally published at http://dc.urbanturf.com/articles/blog/meridian_at_mount_vernon_triangle_now_leasing/5240
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