A rendering of Incanto.
This fall, Incanto will deliver 148 sophisticated, light-filled apartments to the The Wharf. Incanto is tucked into a quiet pocket of what will soon be a bustling waterfront neighborhood with top-notch restaurants, cozy cocktail bars and world-class music venues.
Incanto features a mix of spacious studio, one- and two-bedroom apartments with a clean design that will allow residents’ personal style to take center stage. Unique details include warehouse-style windows, private terraces and nine-foot ceilings. Each apartment features sleek finishes including European-style flat-front cabinets, white quartz countertops and stainless steel appliances.
A rendering of an apartment at Incanto.
The property’s amenities include a large fitness center, a resident lounge, a landscaped central courtyard with grills and fire pit, and access-controlled storage for personal items and bicycles. A 24/7 front desk concierge and on-site management staff will complement the building amenities package, creating a boutique resident experience.
A rendering of the lobby at Incanto.
Along the east side of the building, The Wharf’s Pearl Street is a nod to DC’s jazz and supper club era with a variety of music venues and restaurants. And on the main waterfront promenade to the south of the building, residents have dozens of brand new restaurants, bars and retail at their fingertips.
A rendering of the terrace at Incanto.
In addition to having access to the building’s many on-site amenities, residents of Incanto also have an exclusive opportunity to purchase a Wharf Club membership at the neighboring Channel for access to the property’s swimming, fitness, bocce courts, and more. Memberships are limited.
Incanto is located at 770 Maine Avenue SW (map) and is easily accessible by L’Enfant Plaza and Waterfront Metro Stations, multiple bike share locations, water taxi and Wharf Shuttle routes. There will also be limited secure parking available in the below-grade garage.
This article originally published at http://dc.urbanturf.com/articles/blog/sleek_sophisticated_apartments_at_the_wharf/12750
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