Renderings courtesy of Foster + Partners.
The skeleton of the massive mixed-use project CityCenter is finally starting to take shape at 9th and H Street NW (map), and a recently launched website reveals what the residential units will look like.
The two-tower, 216-unit condo building was designed by Foster + Partners, and has a breezy, modern, open look. Floor-to-ceiling windows and solar shading help maximize and manage the amount of light that enters each unit, and all condos will have an outdoor area. Shared amenities will include a spa treatment room, a wine cellar, and a fire pit. Unit sizes will range from 675 to 2,675 square feet, with one-bedrooms starting in the $400,000s and two-bedrooms in the $700s. Delivery is expected for the 4th quarter of 2013.
More renderings below.
This article originally published at http://dc.urbanturf.com/articles/blog/the_residences_at_citycenter_revealed/5843
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