Best DC Apartments Near Metro Stations
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2701 Connecticut is a charming, classic DC apartment building in Northwest DC offering studio, one and two-bedroom apartments. Apartment details include genuine hardwood floors, high ceilings, and large windows and the building has a great rooftop deck with amazing views of DC.
Closest Metro Station: Woodley Park/Red Line
Distance to the Metro: 1/2 block
You’ll love the sleek, Cleansteel appliances and the wood-style plank flooring that adorn the Swift at Petworth apartments nestled in Northwest DC. The airy kitchens feature sustainable cabinets and quartz countertops, giving it a very modern feel. Another bonus: every apartment comes equipped with a full sized Energystar washer/dryer. The amenities are nothing to sneeze at either: Our favorites are the expansive rooftop with 2 grilling stations, a fire pit and billiards table and the club room complete with a full demonstration kitchen and sweeping views of the city. Aside from the proximity to a Metro station, there is also a Safeway supermarket on the ground floor of the building.
Closest Metro: Georgia Ave/Petworth / Green & Yellow Lines
Distance To Metro: Less than 1/2 block
This recently renovated, luxury apartment community comes packed with all of the high-end amenity spaces we’ve come to expect from DC. From an outdoor pool and grilling station to fire pits and a private dog park, there’s not much missing from this place. The apartments themselves are oversized (by DC standards) and boast top of the line finishes like granite counters and stainless steel appliances. The Southwest Waterfront is a rapidly developing neighborhood that is also convenient to the rest of DC and the DMV area, making now a perfect time to score a spot of your own at The View At Waterfront.
Closest Metro: Waterfront/Green Line
Distance to Metro: 1/2 block
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