The rooftop terrace with city views at The Adele.
Situated in the historic downtown 16th Street corridor, The Adele is the newest high-end residential addition to the city's most prominent neighborhood. Just a short walk to Dupont Circle, Logan Circle, the West End and Georgetown (map), The City Collection at The Adele offers luxury homes for buyers looking to live in the center of the city.
A rendering of the landscaped entrance at The Adele.
The one- and two-bedroom City Collection residences feature exquisite elegance and classic comfort. These seven high-end homes come with designer kitchens, expansive master bathrooms and private outdoor space. The custom kitchens are impeccably crafted by renowned interior designer Michael Hampton and feature Calcutta gold quartz countertops, Gaggenau gas cooktops, Thermador appliances and Ann Sacks backsplashes.
A rendering of a bedroom layout at The Adele.
Every detail of the bathrooms at the residences at The Adele has been carefully selected for comfort. These spaces feature Ann Sacks tile designs, Imperial Danby marble countertops, Waterworks fixtures, and a walk-in shower with a separate undermount tub.
All homes at The Adele also feature 10 foot ceilings, oak wood flooring throughout, custom Woodmode cabinetry, high-end Circa light fixtures and state-of-the-art smart home technology.
A kitchen style at The Adele.
Residents will all have access to a spacious, landscaped rooftop terrace complete with an outdoor catering kitchen, dining room and fireplace, as well as home of the most breathtaking views of downtown DC. Building amenities rival those available in the world's finest properties and include onsite concierge, a package receiving service, gym membership, valet parking, air conditioned storage and dedicated parking for residents.
A rendering of a bathroom at The Adele.
The lobby at The Adele.
Sales at The Adele are underway and homes are expected to deliver in early 2018. Interested parties are invited to attend a Grand Opening Event at The Adele being held on May 10th.
To RSVP for the event or to receive emails and updates about these exclusive homes, visit www.Adele1108.com or contact Jennifer Harper at 202.774.0101.
This article originally published at http://dc.urbanturf.com/articles/blog/the_adeles_collection_of_custom_homes_bring_high_end_design_to_downtown_dc/12467
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