DC Crazy About Pet Friendly Amenities
While there are plenty of pet-friendly housing options across DC, some go way beyond the ordinary when it comes to added amenities. From pet spas to rooftop dog parks, there’s no limit when it comes to some of the craziest pet-friendly properties around.
It’s obvious that some of the newer construction properties are looking for a way to set themselves apart and appealing to pet-owners can be lucrative. Even some of DC’s residential properties without a lot of amenities are bringing in local businesses, such as dog-walking services and local pet stores, to help drum up future business of their own.
City Market at O has its own rooftop dog park. This apartment property also comes with a washing and grooming station for pets, as well as plenty of other top amenities.
Pet spas are all the rage at places like Camden NoMa. This apartment community also features an outdoor, off-leash dog park.
Another apartment building, The Loree Grand at Union Place, frequently shows off its “Pet of the Month” pictures at the front desk. Not only does the building accept dogs and cats, but it also welcomes some non-traditional pets like birds and fish.
2M Street is an apartment complex in NoMa with a private dog park. The pet-friendly community is close to area trails and parks, plus it also has its own communal bulldog that lives in the property.
At Avalon First and M, pet owners have access to a pet spa. This pet-friendly property also includes plenty of other amenities.
Formerly called Skyhouse, pet-friendly Lex & Leo at Waterfront Station offers apartment homes on the Southwest Waterfront. The property also includes its own pet spa and a dog park.
The Capitol Hill neighborhood is where you’ll find Butterfield House. The Victorian-style building includes a pet-friendly atmosphere. Other pet-friendly options include Corcoran Walk in Dupont Circle or The Pennsylvania in Penn Quarter.