Exclusive Deal on DC Studio Apartments
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The competition is fierce in the DC rental market. Great, affordable apartments can be hard to come by and good deals can get snatched up before you can say “mine!”. With the comforts of a worthy home-base on the line, it’s a good thing that you smart cookies know where to get the inside scoop. By pulling a couple of friendly strings (you can thank us later), we are able to offer you an exclusive deal on DC studio apartments in Logan Circle. Right now, The Eddystone is offering their studio apartments for between $1450 and $1575 with one month free if you move in by June 1! If you’d like to know more, check out their website then email us for details.
The Eddystone, an elegant building full of charm and character, has gained quite the reputation for it’s above and beyond customer service and impeccably maintained grounds and building. Living at the Eddystone means you’ll have access to on-site management, package receiving services, on-site laundry and 24-hour on-site maintenance. The apartments themselves are something to behold, with gleaming hardwood floors, generous walk-in closets, and inviting sunrooms with stellar views of the city.
The Eddystone is located in Logan Circle, a Northwest DC neighborhood filled with stunning examples of Victorian and Romanesque architecture. Once home to some of Washington’s elite, Logan Circle is now the proud home to hip cafes, boutiques and local businesses, including Logan14, Holli’s favorite hair salon in all of DC! Fabulous restaurants are in no short supply here, with some of our top picks just a short stroll from your front door. Birch & Barley is one of our absolute favorites: show up for the completely unique and diverse beer selection and stay for the hot, buttery pretzel rolls (again, you can thank us later).
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