The Beauregard: Luxury U Street Condos
The stylish Beauregard building is a dream for urban Washingtonians who want to live in a luxury development in the U Street Corridor of downtown DC. This is one of the most historic districts in the city that also finds itself at the center of a lively music and arts destination. The quiet location on 11th Street, NW, is right around the corner and one block away from the vibrant U Street corridor. The Beauregard is only two blocks to Metro’s U Street Station on the Green and Yellow Lines. The U Street Corridor neighborhood is a haven for trendy shops, cafes, restaurants, clubs, galleries and now also, new high-rise condos and lofts along with many everyday conveniences. U Street is in a historically residential, commercial and Victorian-era neighborhood in northwest DC.
The design of the Beauregard reflects urban living at its best, and marries an older industrial structure with up-to-the-minute contemporary flourishes. The glass and brick contemporary building is located on the corner of 11th Street and V Streets. The exterior of the building alternates black and maroon iron and brick, with oversize bay windows that provide stunning views from each unit. The building has a charming courtyard garden in the rear so that the units have a view of greenery. The interior of the units showcase generous open floor plans and natural light in every unit, offering dramatic airy floor-to-ceiling windows, warm hardwood floors throughout, professional grade gourmet kitchens with Viking and SubZero appliances, oversized spa baths with statuary marble and marble countertops. Select units have private terraces overlooking city views. .
The mid-rise 6-story building has 45 condo residences, with 1-3 bedrooms, and a mix of floor plans ranging in size from 779-1,700 square feet. Amenities in the building include a fitness room; clubroom with pool table; expansive rooftop deck with lounge area, barbeque grill and great city views; lobby and front desk with Concierge; secure garage parking; additional individual storage and bike storage; and cats and dogs are allowed. Penthouses have exclusive access to private rooftop terraces. Many residents have put hot tubs on their terraces.
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