DC’s Most Famous Modern Condo Buildings
DC may be home to some the nation’s most prominent landmarks and historic attractions, but it’s also growing in terms of its distinctly modern architecture and appeal. From rooftop swimming pools to yoga, some of DC’s most famous modern condo buildings have it all.
Situated in the West End, Westlight offers the advantage of sitting close to some of DC’s most popular neighborhoods. It also includes a heated rooftop swimming pool, a clubroom with a catering kitchen and a grilling terrace. In addition, you’ll find 24-hour concierge service.
The modern glass building has a sophisticated filtration system which brings in fresh outdoor air to each of its units. The property also come with floor-to-ceiling windows, wide plank hardwoods and sleek kitchens and baths.
The Lacey sits in the U Street Corridor at the corner of Florida Avenue and 11th Street. This puts it within walking distance of area shops, restaurants, galleries and the Metro. With only around two-dozen light filled units to choose from, you’ll find some one- and two-bedroom floor plans in the building.
This ultra-modern condo property features open floor plans with high ceilings and hardwood floors. Residents also enjoy complimentary maid service, spa days and yoga. In addition, there’s the option of purchasing uncovered parking for an extra fee.
2030 Atlantic Plumbing
2030 Atlantic Plumbing sits in the trendy U Street neighborhood. Said to be inspired by artist lofts found in New York’s Meatpacking District, these aren’t your typical DC apartments.
Right at the corner of V Street and 8th, comes with a full-service concierge, a rooftop pool and fire pit, plus an outdoor movie screening area. You’ll also find a fitness center, garage parking and rooftop yoga. To top it off, the building is home to some restaurants, art tenants and the Landmark Theatre.