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This Sophisticated Shaw Community Is More Than 50% Leased & Offering Limited Time Specials
Intersect at O Apartments, centrally located in DC’s vibrant Shaw neighborhood, is a highly curated collection of 74 contemporary apartments that began welcoming residents at the beginning of the year. The property is now 55% leased and is offering two months free rent (depending on the move-in date and lease terms), for a limited time.
Offering a variety of one-, two- and two- and den apartments—including two spacious two-bedroom and den penthouses—the remaining homes will lease quickly. Inside, the apartments are sleek and timeless, measuring up to 1,600 square feet with spacious living areas. The living spaces feature wide-plank wood-style flooring, large windows with shade window treatments, and customizable closet systems. Each home also boasts full-sized Whirlpool and LG washers and dryers; Fios hard-wired fiber optic cable with choice of Verizon or Comcast; and each apartment is individually vented with 100 percent outside air replacement.
The kitchens are exquisitely executed with sizable islands; soft-close cabinets; under-cabinet LED lighting; quartz countertops and porcelain tile backsplashes; Thermador, Bosch, Fisher & Paykel, or Whirlpool stainless-steel appliances; and built-in dual wall ovens. All of the apartments also have built-in water filtration systems. Bathrooms are hotel inspired with quartz-topped vanities, backlit mirrors and floor-to-ceiling tile. Select residences boast deep-soaking tubs, double vanities, separate walk-in showers and private water closets.
Intersect at O offers top-notch quality across the board, from concrete construction and a solid brick exterior, to floor-to-ceiling double pane windows. Most of the homes include beautiful balconies or terraces, while the penthouses have oversized terraces with views of the neighborhood, the U.S. Capitol and the Washington Monument.
Intersect at O is in a prime location for taking advantage of downtown DC, with walkability to two Metro stations and dozens of lively bars, award-winning restaurants and shops—including two on property restaurants: the highly acclaimed Convivial and the Michelin-starred Oyster Oyster.
In addition to the property’s own shared patio, with a wet bar, fire pit and grills, residents of the apartments have access to DC's largest rooftop amenity space at City Market at O and 880P. There, residents will enjoy the City Market pool, exercise room, spin room, dog walk and more (subject to additional terms and limitations).
Apartments at Intersect at O start at $2,500 and range up to $7,990 per month. For more information, visit the property online at IntersectatOApartments.com or contact the leasing team at 844.423.9490.
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