A rendering of 2501 M Street.
High style is in full force at 2501 M Street, new luxury residences in the midst of one of the District’s best neighborhoods. Featuring floor-to-ceiling windows and brilliant natural light, the condominiums at 2501 M—which range from 1,020 to 2,200 square feet—sparkle with high-end features such as sleek cabinetry, the highest-quality stone, customized lighting and white oak flooring. Generous balconies or oversized private terraces grace all residences.
A living room at 2501 M Street.
CORE Architecture & Design and HapstakDemetriou+, two design firms with extensive experience in Washington DC, envisioned the design and architecture of the project and designer touches greet you at every turn. From dramatic 18-foot ceilings in the lobby to the exquisite selections of furnishings, fabrics, rugs and lighting, a timeless and luminous tone is felt throughout the entire building.
A bathroom at 2501 M Street.
2501 M offers floorplans including one-bedroom plus den, two-bedroom and two-bedroom plus den homes. Amenities include valet service, a landscaped rooftop terrace, a state-of-the-art fitness center and yoga studio, and expansive spaces for entertaining. And, in September 2017, world-famous Japanese chef Nobu Matsuhisa premieres his newest Nobu restaurant on the ground floor of 2501 M.
A rendering of the new Nobu, at 2501 M Street.
Located in the heart of West End, 2501 M offers easy access to the pulse of the city. Stroll into historic Georgetown or go for a bike ride in Rock Creek Park. City favorites like the Dupont Circle Farmers’ Market, Francis Dog Park and the Phillips Collection are all just a quick walk away.
Prices at 2501 M Street start from $758,000. For more information and to make an appointment to view the residences, call the sales team at 202-293-2501. The office is open daily from 11am to 5pm.
This article originally published at http://dc.urbanturf.com/articles/blog/sun-filled_condominiums_and_nobu_come_to_the_west_end/12712
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