Lofts at 1111 W Now Selling

lofts at 1111 w

The newly renovated Lofts at 1111 W are now selling, providing extraordinary options in modern living within the U Street Corridor. Originally delivered in the early 2000s, the new designs offer soaring 18-foot ceilings and the unique addition of a loft area, providing a full two stories of living space for residents to enjoy.

With industrial style elements, these modern homes have been upgraded with new fixtures and finishes, plus new and upgraded stone countertops and contemporary cabinetry. As well, the homes now feature new appliances and a bright and open interior. Generously appointed with two-bedrooms and 2.5-baths, the homes also include a fireplace and 1500 square feet of living space.

Now including 14 loft-style condominium homes, the three-story building is modernly appointed with stylish design elements including the contrasting dark hardwood flooring and white walls, accented with a uniquely designed open staircase and crisp lines.

With the first of the homes within the building offered in the $900,000s, the developer recently added a new roof to the building as well as more enjoyable lighting and landscaping. Residents also enjoy the ease of on-site parking in one of the DC area’s most vibrant communities.

Located in a diverse neighborhood, the growing area is overflowing with choices in dining, shopping and entertainment. With unique art galleries and interesting boutiques this eclectic community provides an excess of fashionable choices. Right along the U Street and 14th Street corridors, residents of Lofts at 1111 W are distinctly positioned to reach the U Street Metro, offering an easy commute around the rest of the DC area.

As well, residents are close to several other desirable locations including Dupont Circle, Columbia Heights, Adams Morgan and the Logan Circle neighborhoods. In addition, the building is mere steps away from a new Whole Foods Market plus entertainment options including the Lincoln Theater, Howard Theater, U Street Music Hall and the 9:30 Club.

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