A rendering of The Corey.
The Corey, a new boutique condominium located off the H Street Corridor and featuring 49 studio, one- and two-bedroom residences, is nearing completion. The property is now 30 percent sold and move-ins will begin at the end of July. Residences are priced from the low $300,000s
The Corey boasts open floorplans that offer dedicated dining areas, balconies, large windows and wraparound terraces on the penthouse level. Finishes include wide plank flooring, custom cabinetry, white quartz countertops, subway tile and stainless steel appliances, including full-size washers and dryers, by General Electric. Also included are a number of green features such as Energy Star appliances and LED recessed lighting, energy efficient windows, an extensive green roof and a secure bike room.
To tour The Corey, book an appointment for any Sunday by clicking here.
A rendering of the green roof at The Corey.
Residents of The Corey will enjoy a number of amenities including a spacious rooftop lounge. The lounge offers a wellness room with sweeping city views, a full service kitchen, outdoor grilling and seating, vegetable garden plots, work stations and plenty of room to lounge indoors or out. It serves as a great place to start your day off with some rooftop yoga, unwind after work or entertain friends and family.
A rendering of the ground-floor, commercial space at The Corey.
The Corey is just steps from the H Street Corridor, which is home to some of the city’s hottest bars, restaurants and entertainment such as Maketto, Little Miss Whiskey’s, Smith Commons, Atlas Performing Arts Center and Capital Fringe. It is also near the popular Union Market, Giant and a soon-to-come Whole Foods. The new DC Streetcar provides access to the rest of the city with a stop located only a block away from the property.
This article originally published at http://dc.urbanturf.com/articles/blog/the_h_street_corridors_newest_boutique_condo_project_nears_completion/11311
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