What $7,200 Rents: 1,800 Square Feet and a View of the 2020 World Series
Several buildings on the boards in the vicinity of Nationals Park will offer views into the stadium from different common spaces.
Now, on the day following the Nats' first World Series win, UrbanTurf has photos and details of the first apartment that will offer the views as an amenity.
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Unit #633 is part of the 1205 Collection at West Half, a 465-unit development from JBG SMITH at 1205 Half Street SE (map). The 1,800 square-foot apartment offers views of the baseball field from both the living room and the apartment terrace. Many of the apartments in the 1205 Collection will have terraces that will offer views into the park.
Unfortunately for Nats fans, the new apartment which will rent for $7,200 a month, won't be available for lease before the end of the World Series. But there is always next season.
Photos by Bulldog PR.
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This article originally published at https://dc.urbanturf.com/articles/blog/what-7200-rents-1800-square-feet-and-a-view-of-the-2020-world-series/16053.
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