The Lexicon: Amenities Galore in Happening Neighborhood

Posted by Mark Washburn on Wednesday, September 9th, 2020 at 3:48pm.

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For a happening neighborhood and amenities galore, it’s time to take a second look at The Lexicon. This premiere condo property in NoMa offers your choice of around 180 residences, all of which range from around 650 square feet to more than 1,200 square feet of living space.

Considered by some to be the neighborhood’s very first full-service luxury condos, buyers have their choice of floor plans. Options generally include one- or two-bedrooms, with some of the units also offering up a den.

Common features and finishes of the homes include a mix of wide-plank hardwoods and porcelain tile flooring, as well as gourmet kitchens with floating islands, quartz countertops and stainless-steel appliances. New buyers are also treated to soaking tubs or Whirlpool tubs, depending on the floor plan, and walk-in closets.

Other desirable additions include the option of a gas fireplace, or available outdoor space with private terraces and balconies. As well, the homes come with floor-to-ceiling windows. Some of the upper floor units provide the added bonus of incredible views overlooking popular DC sites like the Washington Monument and the National Cathedral.

The property also offers access to a swimming pool and fitness center, plus the option of temperature-controlled storage units and concierge service. In addition, you’ll find a clubroom, business center, bicycle storage and garage parking.

The condos top several thousand square feet of ground level retail space. The property is also an easy stroll from the NoMa Metro Station, plus it’s not far from the excitement of the U Street Corridor.

The Lexicon is not only close to Trader Joe’s and Union Market, but also close to well more than 100 bars, bistros, restaurants and boutiques. In addition, The Lexicon is conveniently close to a park, and not far from various entertainment options in the DC area.

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