Mon. Afternoon Rental Option – Mt. Vernon Square

This rental is located at 910 M St, NW:

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The listing says:

“Offered w/garage parking for $2375, fully furnished for $2625 and w Parking $2800 mo. Will reduce rent by $50 a mo for 2 yr lease.Luxury Condo in the heart of DC. Chef kit w granite, Stainless steel app, Open flr plan, wood flr, walk-n closet, washer/dryer **Across frm DC Convention Cntr & metro, Walk to China Town, Verizon Cntr, & countless restaurants. 24 hr concierge, roof top pool & terrace.”

This 1 bed/1 bath (without parking) is going for $2,225/Mo.

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  • Or you could own the 1br posted at 1:00 pm for ~1600 a month.

    See my posting there for all the reasons this rental is ridiculous.

  • Seems reasonable given the location and amenities.

  • That’s about what the going rate for 1 bedrooms with similar ammenities is in that area. It’s actually a slightly better deal than I’m getting 4 blocks away (the 2 year lease with no parking option).

  • Love this building. Always wondered about the rent here. I would say that is about right.

    • yeah this building is badass. but I’d be too jealous of the people with the massive, private terraces to rent this.

  • What would you expect a 2 br in this building to rent for?

    • I know someone who rents a 2 br/2 ba mid-floor corner unit in that building, partially furnished, for $2860/month ($3060/month including parking).

  • This is a great building in a great location with one of the best rooftops in the city. Word of caution, the condo association has some serious restrictions regarding the number of units that can be rented out at any given time. Some original owners/investors are grandfathered in, so their units can be rented out at any time. All other owners, however, have to apply to rent their units and go on a waiting list. Once their name comes up, they have 60 days to rent their unit or they go to the bottom of the list. I found this out the hard way several years ago when the lease I signed was filed with the building . . . only then were we informed that the owner did not have permission to re-rent his unit upon expiration of the prior tenant’s lease. It could be the case that it’s this unit’s owner’s turn to rent, but definitely something to inquire about before falling in love with the building.

    • Yes, unless this is one of the “grandfathered” owners then when the lease is up (2 yr) one cannot renew. The owner must go back on the waiting list to rent. I live there though, and I am sure that there are many people that rent under the table. The roof top is awesome! (grills, pool, lots of space)

  • This is my favorite new-construction residential building in DC. I walk by it on my way to work every day. Does anyone know who built/designed it?

    • It’s nice someone likes it…I have to walk past it every day and I always cringe at the floral motifs on the balconies and brickwork. I know they’re contemporary, but I would’ve liked a bit more effort to blend in with the rowhouses across the street.

    • The architect was Esocoff & Associates|architects, who also did a number of other condos in that neighborhood: 1010 Mass, Quincy Court, Quincy Park, and of course 400 Mass, the Dumont (now 425 Mass), among others.

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