Designed with a modern, South Beach style in mind, The Mint offers one and two-bedroom units with seven different layouts. The remaining homes, all two-bedrooms, come with Caesarstone countertops, stainless steel appliances, 9 and 10-foot ceilings, wine coolers, custom maple cabinets and hardwood floors, modern finishes and fixtures, in-unit washer/dryers and Juliet balconies off the bedrooms and living room.
Living room at unit at The Mint.
Located at 329 Rhode Island Avenue in Eckington, The Mint is just two blocks from the Rhode Island Avenue Metro on the Red Line and near Catholic University. The common areas at The Mint were professionally designed by an interior designer and its crowning amenity is the 4,000 square-foot roof terrace that offers a lounge, state-of-the-art fitness center, parameter lighting around the building, and a solar shower with rooftop lounge for sunbathers.
Sales only recently started at The Mint with the rapid sales pace being attributed to selling a quality product and a tight market. The remaining units start at $320,000. For more information, contact sales and marketing firm Urban Pace at 202-296-1203.
PERS Development has a reputation for developing residential projects with modern and boutique designs.
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