Lydian + Lyric, beautiful sister residences located at 4th and K Streets NW in the heart of Downtown DC, are welcoming three new high-end merchants to their ground floor:
- la BETTY is a new concept in comfort food from the owners of Georgetown’s Baked & Wired café and Mount Vernon Triangle’s A Baked Joint.
- Joe & The Juice is an anything-but-ordinary juice bar and coffee shop that also serves up healthy lunch bites.
- Varnish Lane is a DC-based luxury nail care destination specializing in waterless nail treatments.
These merchants join A Baked Joint, an airy café known for its gourmet coffee and handcrafted breads, and BicycleSPACE, a community-oriented bike shop, at the luxury residential developments.
In this convenient, walkable neighborhood, it only takes minutes to get anywhere you want to go from Lydian +Lyric--from major employment hubs to quaint boutiques. Also in easy walking distance are the 14th Street Corridor, Shaw and Chinatown, as well as two Metro stations, and access to 395 is just two blocks away.
The all-new Lydian is now leasing – and quickly. Besides its premier location, residents love the building's stylish studio to two-bedroom units with floor-to-ceiling windows and designer kitchens; its thoughtful amenity spaces including a rooftop retreat with a resort-style pool; a state-of-the-art fitness center with Peloton bikes and WellBeats virtual trainer; and its convenient services such as a 24/7 concierge, gated underground parking and bike storage, and pet walking.
For more information about Lydian + Lyric, visit the website here or contact the leasing team at 202-777-0740. Developed by Quadrangle Development and The Wilkes Company.
This article originally published at https://dc.urbanturf.com/articles/blog/more-neighborhood-hotspots-come-to-lydian-lyric-mount-vernon-triangles-newe/14381.
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