Shaw's newest condominium development 10Eleven showcases the award-winning residential designs of Torti Gallas + Partners and the iconic style of renowned DC interior designer Darryl Carter. The 71 condominium homes at the corner of 11th and M Streets NW also provide a unique opportunity to own in one of DC's most desirable locations. Ideally situated close to Blagden Alley, City Center, Logan Circle, Mount Vernon Square and the 14th Street Corridor, 10Eleven residents are treated to both convenience and luxury.
The lobby at 10Eleven.
In addition to a wide variety of one- and two-bedroom floorplans, what sets 10Eleven apart aesthetically is a partnership with Darryl Carter. Carter’s sophisticated design can be seen throughout the residences and all of the common spaces. High-end finishes include Carrara marble countertops, white oak hardwood floors, gas cooking ranges, hand crafted Italian tile backsplashes, Grohe fixtures and TOTO toilets. With interactive video and touchscreen security systems and a personal concierge service, 10Eleven was designed with the best finishes and amenities on the market.
10Eleven residents have access to a host of amenities including a lounge, library and courtyard with bar height tables and gathering area. The rooftop terrace at 10Eleven offers 1,250 square feet of entertaining space with a gas fireplace, lounge chairs, and bar seating for residents to take in stunning views of the city.
The kitchen at 10Eleven.
Meanwhile, the exterior is a graceful combination of two design elements. Facing south, the façade is a classic, cast stone—an homage to the historic Shaw district; and facing west is an ultra-modern glass façade with floor-to-ceiling bay windows.
The rooftop terrace at 10Eleven.
New condominium homes at 10Eleven are currently selling starting in the $600,000s. For more information about 10Eleven, visit www.10elevendc.com.
This article originally published at https://dc.urbanturf.com/articles/blog/shaws_first_taste_of_urban_elegance/11877.
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