The Westlight Offers Walkability and Distinctive Architecture

Posted by Mark Washburn on Monday, June 1st, 2020 at 10:47am.

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For walkability and distinctive architecture in the West End, consider making a move to The Westlight. This newer construction, 10-story building is in a prime location, offering up easy access to Georgetown, Dupont Circle and the Downtown area.

This makes it easy to take a stroll to the Kennedy Center or to stroll by the White House. With three nearby Metro stops, it’s also easy to commute throughout the rest of the DC area with ease.

Of course, the building’s distinctive architecture also helps set it apart from the rest. The Westlight was first thought up years ago, but eventually realized after developers selected an architect to bring something new and exciting to the West End.

The glass building not only boasts a stunning façade, but its contemporary design also means the enjoyment of sensational views from floor-to-ceiling windows in each of the private residences. Because the units of the building are not stacked on top of each other either, many of the residences are just as unique as the building itself.

All of the homes have views, including corner windows. Other design elements include custom Italian cabinetry and white countertops.

Floor plans within The Westlight start with a one-bedroom design, but there are also some units with up to three-bedrooms plus a den. This gives prospective residents plenty of options.

Buyers can choose from a cozy unit of 630 square feet of living space, or a sprawling residence topping 3,000 square feet of space. Building amenities, meanwhile, range from underground garage parking to a rooftop swimming pool and sundeck, with views extending from the river to the National Cathedral and area monuments.

The property also offers a fitness facility, business center, a private clubroom, 24-hour concierge service and a dog washing station. The mixed-use project additionally provides the ease of ground level retail space and a library.

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