Shoreham West: DC Best Addresses Cooperative

One of the finest luxury cooperative buildings in DC today, the 8-story brick Shoreham West Cooperative is one of the best addresses in DC with easy comfortable living in this very exclusive building.  With only 58 total units, the elegant cooperative apartments offer in-town living at its finest.  You can find the Shoreham West at the corner of Calvert Street NW and 28th Street.

The Shoreham West coops feature a formal reception foyer, a large separate dining room, 9-foot ceiling and most have private balconies.  Every bedroom suite has a big dressing room, a wall of closets and private bath.  There is a guest powder room in the foyer.  The large kitchens in each unit were designed for entertaining. There is plentiful free guest parking at the entrance; a uniformed doorman; 24-hour front desk with secretarial service; secure underground garage parking; and a huge panoramic rooftop terrace.  There are a range of floor plans from 1-bedroom models of 1850 and 2000 square feet, 2-bedroom models from 2400 to 2550 square feet, 3-bedroom models of 2800 square feet and 4-bedroom plus maids quarters of 4550 and 4650 square feet.  Current coops are priced from almost $1 million to almost $4 million.

The Shoreham West is located in Washington’s premier neighborhood, Massachusetts Avenue Heights, and a quick hop to the Woodley Park Metro, the Kennedy Center and the downtown business district.  The adjacent Omni Shoreham and Wardman Park Marriott Hotels are available to Shoreham West residents who want to use their year-round swimming pools, all athletic, conference and restaurant facilities.  The Shoreham West coops enjoy 2 saunas on the terrace, a sundeck and cocktail area on the roof, a kitchen for room service orders and a beautifully maintained landscape.

One arrives at the Shoreham West via a cobblestone-paved circular driveway with a gracious fountain sitting in the middle.  The Shoreham West cooperative is attached by a glass corridor to the Shoreham Hotel. The Cooperative Board requires prospective residents to provide personal and financial references and obtain Board approval.

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