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Navy Yard's Newest Luxury Boutique Building, Kennedy on L, Is Over 60% Sold
Kennedy on L, one of Navy Yard’s only boutique luxury residential buildings, is now over 60% sold with only 27 elegant residences remaining.
Developed by veteran builder DBT Development and designed by renowned architect Bonstra|Haresign, the property features 74 exceptional, modern condominiums. Kennedy on L marries high design with the tranquility of a quieter residential street and easy access to dozens of restaurants, Nationals Park and the Navy Yard Metro Station. With baseball season just around the corner, owning at Kennedy on L is an opportunity to take advantage of all of the neighborhood’s conveniences and amenities.
The development features nearly a dozen unique, thoughtfully-designed floorplans—including two penthouses. All of the residences have floor-to-ceiling windows and are flooded with natural light. Additionally, nearly half of the homes have private balconies, and penthouses feature expansive private terraces.
The high-end finishes at Kennedy on L include wide plank wood flooring, nine-foot ceilings, solid core doors, full sized washer and dryers, roller shades and health-conscious air systems. Kitchens feature Bosch® and Fisher Paykel® panelized appliances, gas cooktops and custom panel cabinetry; bathrooms feature custom floating vanities, white quartz counters, Kohler® Levity glass shower doors and Moen® Gibson polished chrome fixtures.
While Navy Yard is an amenity-heavy neighborhood, Kennedy on L offers a curated suite of on-site, luxury amenities, including a professional concierge, skydeck, indoor sky lounge with cycle studio, zen porch, pet washing station, underground parking and bike storage.
Navy Yard and surrounding riverfront neighborhoods offer Kennedy on L residents a robust dining scene with some of the best food in DC. Local hot spots include Circa, Bluejacket, The Salt Line, Albi and Scarlet Oak Restaurant & Bar. Navy Yard is also home to coffee shops, high-end boutiques and grocery stores like Whole Foods and Harris Teeter.
Pricing for Kennedy on L starts at $449,900 and three model homes are currently available for tours. For more information, contact The Jenn Smira Team at 202-932-6944 or visit the property online at www.TheKennedyOnL.com.
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This article originally published at https://dc.urbanturf.com/articles/blog/navy-yards-luxury-boutique-kennedy-on-l-is-over-60-sold/19235.
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