Now Leasing: Luxury Apartments with a View of Nationals Park
A view of Nationals Park from the rooftop of F1RST Residences.
F1RST Residences, a brand new apartment community in DC’s Capitol Riverfront district, opened its doors in April and has earned the attention of renters for its suite of distinctive amenities, a variety of in-building retail and an unbeatable bird’s eye view into Nationals Park.
The property is now 30% leased and for a limited time is offering one month free rent in addition to other incentives.
The lobby at F1RST Residences.
F1RST Residences offers spacious floor plans ranging from studios to two-bedrooms plus dens measuring up to 1,497 square feet. Each plan is entirely unique and many of the apartments include private balconies and terraces. Interiors are modern and boast luxury details like engineered wood flooring, in-unit Bosch® washers and dryers, USB ports, walk-in closets, stainless steel appliances and key fob entry. Residents can choose from two signature finish packages.
A kitchen at F1RST Residences.
In addition to the property’s retail and views, standout amenities include a transportation board that displays arrival times for Metro trains, buses and even Uber rides, and an 80-inch rooftop TV screen with stadium seating. Residents can watch a Nationals home game on the rooftop TV or peer over the railing to get a glimpse of the game in real time.
Additional amenities include a resident lounge, grand lobby, professional-grade fitness center, bike storage, 24-hour concierge, rooftop pool and hot tub, dry-cleaning service and secure package storage. The building is also pet friendly and has both a rooftop dog park and basement-level dog washing stations. Garage parking is also available.
The rooftop pool at F1RST Residences.
F1RST Residences is located on 1st Street between M and N Streets (map), less than one block from Nationals Park and directly across from both the Navy Yard Metro station and Capitol Bikeshare. Ground floor retail includes solidcore, Chopt, Rasa, Chipotle, Roti, Declaration and Taylor Gourmet, while neighborhood hotspots include Bluejacket, Hugh & Crye, Il Parco, Osteria Morini and Philz Cofee.
Apartments are priced starting at $1,865 a month. To learn more, visit the F1RST Residences website here; or contact the leasing team at email@example.com or 202-839-3700 to schedule a tour.
This article originally published at https://dc.urbanturf.com/articles/blog/now_leasing_luxury_apartments_with_a_view_of_national_park/12618.
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