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See the First Pitch from the Ballpark District's Hottest Condo Development
Opening Day is just weeks away for Nationals Park and some of the best views of the season are at eNvy, the Ballpark District's hottest condo development. eNvy is now welcoming new residents with a $5,000 closing cost incentive and immediate move-ins are available.
The 127-unit condominium developed by Jair Lynch Real Estate Partners and sold and marketed by Urban Pace is located just across the street from Nationals Park.
While residences are selling quickly, eNvy still has a variety of homes available, including studio, one and two bedroom condos starting from the mid $400s. Remaining residences feature nine- to ten-foot ceilings, solar shades, adjustable closet systems, elegant hardwood floors by Kahrs, and full-sized appliances. Bathrooms feature illuminated mirrors, glazed porcelain shower tile and hexagon-honed ceramic floor tiling. The residences also feature smart home technology like NEST thermostats and USB outlets, and most have large walk-in closets.
eNvy residents have a full-service concierge and a fitness center designed and programmed by FX Studios. Onsite amenities also include a two-story library space, garage parking, several resident lounges and a rooftop terrace featuring a kitchen with lounge seating, a dining space and a fireplace.
The outdoor portion of eNvy's terrace boasts lounge seating, grills, a TV, fire pit and—the property's most singular amenity—views directly into Nats Park. These incredible amenity spaces provide ample space to stretch out and enjoy some fresh air. Personal storage, bike storage and underground garage parking are all available at an additional cost.
eNvy is in the Ballpark District, a burgeoning waterfront neighborhood of restaurants, breweries, boutiques and bars. eNvy is across the street from Union Kitchen Grocery, Compass Coffee, Mah-Ze-Dahr Bakery, along with Gatsby from Knead Hospitality & Design and Atlas Brew Works. It’s also within short walking distance to The Salt Line, Dacha Beer Garden, Bluejacket and Osteria Morini. 99 Tap House and Kilwins are currently under construction at the project and additional new retailers will also be announced soon.
Curated virtual or in-person tours of eNvy's gorgeous models and amenity spaces are available today. Sales are being handled by Urban Pace and to schedule your virtual tour or one-on-one in person appointment, visit eNvy online here, call 202.315.5426, or email eNvy@urbanpace.com.
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