A mixed-use development in downtown Reston has announced its initial lineup of restaurants and retailers, and is now leasing luxury apartments. See photos.
The average one-bedroom apartment in the U.S. rents for $1,183 per month, according to rental information company Zumper’s September 2017 National Rent Report. At a slight increase over the previous month — 0.6 percent —…
D.C. now ranks as the fourth-most expensive market for apartment rent — but it comes with perks too.
The U Street Corridor’s newest luxury apartment building is now leasing, and rents range from about $3,000 for a one-bedroom apartment to more than $11,000 a month for a penthouse.
D. C. apartment dwellers want key fobs and floor to ceiling windows and they are willing to pay more to get those amenities when signing a lease, according to a survey by the National Apartment Association.
Even with the slight increase to District rents, they remain a far cry from the 5 percent to 10 percent increase seen in some cities on the West Coast — some of that is due to new construction.
The two latest apartment buildings to come online in the Capitol Riverfront neighborhood near Nationals Park push the luxury envelope for renters.
The 12-story building called The Highline is planned to open in the rapidly expanding Union Market area of Northeast D.C. in the first half of 2018.
To compete with the growing number of rental opportunities in the U.S., many apartment communities are upping the ante with luxurious amenities that make living easier, more convenient and more fun.
D.C.’s luxury apartment market is having the unintended effect of driving up rental rates across the board, even for more affordable rental units.
The real estate investment trust that owns the Wellington Apartments on Columbia Pike has received the go-ahead to build three new apartment buildings on its parking lot.
There is more than one 1600 Pennsylvania Ave. in D.C. The address, which goes to an apartment building, has produced headaches for some residents, but others see it as “the other White House.” See photos.
Like any new luxury apartment building in the District worth its weight, the Lydian will have all the bells and whistles. There are currently 15 apartment and condominium buildings in the Mount Vernon Triangle area with at least another seven in the works.
The possible consequences are bleak for a nation already grappling with economic inequality: Most Americans’ wealth comes from home equity. More renters means fewer Americans who can build that same financial security.
Residents of The Hepburn in Kalorama will be able to scan the horizon from their roof deck with $32,000, 6-foot U.S. Naval vessel binoculars.