Townhome rentals at Cathedral Commons.
Cathedral Commons, a Bozzuto managed and amenity-rich 145-unit luxury apartment community featuring flats, lofts and townhomes in Cathedral Heights, leased up quickly after debuting in late 2014. This month, Cathedral Commons announced the rare availability of a handful of rental units, including two townhomes: one available for immediate occupancy and one that will come on the market in late September.
Both townhomes feature three bedrooms plus dens, as well as private two-car garages, decks and floor plans that spread out over 3,000 square feet. Other available apartments include a limited selection of studios, one-, two- and three-bedroom units. Townhome apartments are priced starting at $8,000 a month, while flats and loft apartments are priced starting at $1,900 a month.
A model apartment at Cathedral Commons.
Appointments to tour the apartments at Cathedral Commons can be made seven days a week; touring hours are from 9am to 6pm Monday through Thursday, 8am to 5pm on Fridays; 10am to 5pm on Saturdays; and 12pm to 5pm on Sundays. Click here for more information.
Though built from the ground up, apartments at Cathedral Commons expertly incorporate the old-Washington character of the Cathedral Heights neighborhood with all of the comforts of modern living: abundant space, top-of-the-line appliances, outdoor spaces with views of the city, designer finishes, a 24-hour fitness center, a clubroom, garage parking, and Bozzuto’s top-notch services.
A common courtyard at Cathedral Commons.
The Cathedral Commons development also includes a huge variety of new boutiques, restaurants and businesses, including Barcelona Restaurant + Wine Bar, Raku, Starbucks, Giant Food, CVS Pharmacy, Grilled Oyster, Le Village Marche, Core72, The Cookery culinary market, Pure Barre, [solidcore] and organic pet supply store Wylie Wagg (Cathedral Commons is pet friendly).
Restaurants on Wisconsin Avenue at Cathedral Commons.
Residents of Cathedral Commons not only live on top of these shops but also have special access to retail events and discount programs, courtesy of the property's developer Bozzuto. Upcoming events include wine and cheese tastings, local happy hours, Mornings with Mommy & Daddies, Too! meet ups and a much anticipated fall festival retail event in October, featuring live music, outdoor fitness classes and face painting.
Cathedral Commons is located within walking distance of the Cleveland Park and Tenleytown Metro stations and is close to some of DC’s best public and private schools.
For more information on Cathedral Commons or to set up a tour, visit the property website here and click “Schedule a Tour” in the upper right hand corner.
This article originally published at https://dc.urbanturf.com/articles/blog/this_month_luxury_apartment_openings_at_cathedral_commons/11539.
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