Tucked away on a quiet block, 35th Street Residences is one of Georgetown's newest boutique apartment buildings.
The fully renovated building was designed with several energy efficient and eco-friendly features. Large windows in each apartment allow for ample sunlight to flood the residences and the solar panel roof provides "clean" electricity.
35th Street Residences offer a host of amenities, including keyless entry, elevator access, bike racks, outdoor seating areas, and private on-site parking. With condominium-grade finishes, each home has stainless steel energy star appliances, a full-size washer and dryer, quartz countertops, and select units have built-in shelving. First-level apartments also come with spacious private patios, perfect for social distancing.
Located on a quiet and beautifully landscaped neighborhood, 35th Street Residences has a walkscore of 95 and is just steps away from Wisconsin Avenue, Trader Joe's, Safeway, Starbucks, and many popular Georgetown attractions.
Floorplans range from one-bedroom, one-bath apartments to larger two-bedroom, two-bath homes. Pricing starts at $2,675 per month with parking available for an additional fee. All of the 15 boutique-styled residences are move-in ready and come with one month of free rent.
FaceTime tours with a leasing agent are available by request and virtual tours are available online here. In addition, private one-on-one tours can be arranged by appointment with CDC recommended safety precautions being followed, including leasing agents wearing face masks, gloves, and providing disinfectant wipes and hand sanitizer.
For more information or to schedule a FaceTime tour or a private in-person tour of the 35th Street Residences, contact the Urban Pace Leasing Team by phone at 202.580.6010 or via email at firstname.lastname@example.org.
This article originally published at http://dc.urbanturf.com/articles/blog/the-newest-boutique-apartments-in-georgetown/16732
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