The Ventana Straddles Penn Quarter and Chinatown

If you’re having a hard time deciding between two of DC’s most popular neighborhoods, you don’t have to necessarily decide at all. That’s because The Ventana actually straddles both Penn Quarter and nearby Chinatown.

This means you never have to venture far to enjoy some of the best of the DC area, from art museums to Capital One Arena. Whether you’re hoping to take in a game of the Washington Wizards, the Washington Capitals, or want to spend your free hours soaking in the artwork and collections of the Smithsonian American Art Museum, it’s all within reach living at The Ventana.

The property is also within walking distance of several local shops and restaurants, theaters, fitness, and public transportation. In fact, there are two Metro stations with just a couple of blocks of the property.

You’ll additionally find nearby grocery stores and other neighborhood conveniences. In terms of on-site amenities, the 12-story property offers its own exercise room, concierge, security, and an elevator. 

In addition, there’s some garage parking. Most of the units are situated in a steel and glass tower that was constructed in the mid 2000s, but the property also incorporates some existing structures and a brick façade.

Condos of The Ventana include kitchen islands with granite countertops, maple cabinetry, and stainless-steel appliances. As well, expect to find bamboo and other exotic hardwood flooring, a designer lighting package, and spa-like, marble baths with units of The Ventana.

You may find some built-in bookcases, too. Some of the units at The Ventana are generous two-story units with massive windows, lofts, and even some private terraces. Select penthouse units come with private roof decks.

A handful of one-bedroom, one-bath units were recently listed on the market, all of which contain close to, or slightly more than, 900 square feet of living space. The Ventana sits between 9th and 10th Streets NW.

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