187 new luxury apartments will attract urban professionals looking to take advantage of city living in the new Southwest DC.
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The property includes numerous amenities such as a modern fitness center, 24/7 security & concierge, rooftop dog run, pet spa, sun deck with grills and fire pit, community dining room, Internet café, tenant storage, secure bike workroom and storage, and courtyard. Individual apartments will enjoy gourmet kitchens with stainless steel appliances and quartz countertops, wide-plank flooring, floor to ceiling windows, Juliette balconies, full-sized washer/dryer in-unit, and select units have sliding glass doors to full balconies.
301 M draws inspiration from TBC's neighboring I.M. Pei towers next door, which use floor to ceiling windows to create bright and beautiful apartments. A product of thoughtful design, these apartments feature open, well appointed floorplans that are flooded with light as the living areas and kitchens are along the window line. The apartment interiors will include features such as counter-depth refrigerators, inset glass stovetops, backsplashes, glass-enclosed showers, and expansive walk-in closets.
The project features an all-star team led by The Bernstein Companies. The project's architect is Maurice Walters Architect, the landscape architect is Core Studio Design, the civil engineering team is Wiles Mensch Corporation, and the interior design team is Akseizer Design Group.
Not only is the site at the Green Line Metro Station with easy access to transit that connects DC, one doesn't need to leave the neighborhood to catch a show at Arena Stage, visit Southwest Waterfront Park or Yards Park, visit an art installation at Blind Whino, buy goceries at Safeway or grab a bite and a drink at Cantina Marina overlooking the water. This innovative transit-oriented development steps away from the Wharf development lets residents live, work and play right in their backyard.