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The Most Coveted Penthouse Apartment on 14th Street Now Available at Liz
Only a few residences remain at Liz, the transformative property that brought luxury apartments to the center of the 14th Street Corridor. One home in particular exemplifies the world-class architecture from Selldorf Architects and offers residents unparalleled views of DC.
Set on top of this one-of-a-kind building, the three-bedroom penthouse has 850 square feet of private, wrap-around outdoor space and floor-to-ceiling windows. The expansive private terrace and garden offer views of the Capitol, National Cathedral and Washington Monument. The penthouse finishes include Bosch and Miele integrated appliances, Scavolini cabinetry, Pietra Cardosa countertops and Waterworks fixtures. Please inquire for pricing.
Liz offers a unique combination of high-end design and services, artistic touches, and quiet, warm luxury. It gives residents the best in sophisticated living in the heart of Washington’s most exciting neighborhood. The penthouse-level common terrace overlooks 14th Street, the monuments and the Potomac River, and is appointed with lounge seating, dining space, an indoor lounge, and a gourmet kitchen for hosting events. Underground parking, bike storage, package lockers, a fitness center with Peloton bikes, and a 24/7 concierge combine to create a luxury residential experience unlike any other in DC.
Tenants of the development’s new office spaces include Whitman-Walker Health and Goethe-Institut, while Sephora, Bluestone Lane, Parachute and Paper Source round out the new retail amenities.
Developed by Fivesquares Development in partnership with Whitman-Walker Healthy System, Liz honors the care to the community that Whitman-Walker provided at the Elizabeth Taylor Medical Center, whose original dedication 25 years ago was made through the generosity of actress and HIV/AIDS activist Elizabeth Taylor.
The other remaining apartments at Liz start at $3,200 per month are available for move-in today. Leasing is being handled by Urban Pace. To make an appointment, visit the property online here or contact a Liz leasing agent by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org or call 202-836-9090.
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