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Today’s Rental is “a perfect base for vibrant living”

by Prince Of Petworth February 15, 2017 at 2:15 pm 13 Comments

2303 14th St NW

This rental is located at 2303 14th Street, NW. The craigslist ad says:

“Lease apartments #411 or #707 and receive a $1000 Visa Gift Card in addition to waived move in fees! Only $300 to apply for any other available home* *select homes, with approved credit, limited time offer *with approved credit, limited time offer

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Luxury Apts in the U Street Corridor
At the heart of the nation’s capital, these lux apartment homes are a perfect base for vibrant living. Enjoy panoramic views of Washington DC from one of two rooftop terraces. The 24-hour premium fitness center is state-of-the-art, and the stunning clubhouse has been built for both business and recreation. Inside your spacious apartment, enjoy open floor plans, hardwood floors, modern kitchens, and the convenience of your own washer and dryer.

View 14 is located in a neighborhood known for its unique boutiques, dining, and entertainment – conveniently located near Adams Morgan, DuPont Circle, and the best of DC. Come see these U Street Corridor apartments for yourself by scheduling an appointment today.

More unit details at:
http://www.udrrentals.com/15r0st

This is a 460 Sq. Ft., Studio, 1 Bath, Apartment Home.

Features
– Large closets
– Granite countertops
– Solid, sustainable, eco-friendly flooring
– Underground parking garage*
– Stackable washer and dryer
– Private terrace/balcony*
– Individual climate control
– Not all amenities available for every floor plan.
– Stainless steel range, refrigerator, microwave, and dishwasher
– Panoramic views of downtown*
– Berber carpet
– Sun shades
– Pre-wired for all tech
– Additional storage
– Energy Star appliances
*Premium item.

Community Amenities
– Business center
– Gaming center
– Fitness center
– Controlled access
– Boutique lobby
– Eco friendly, including recycling and stormwater saver
– Clubhouse
– Valet dry cleaning
– Wi-Fi hotspots in common areas
– On-site maintenance
– Guest accommodations
– Zipcar on-site *
– In home high speed internet up to 50 Mbps
– Bike storage and loaner bikes *
– Pet friendly
– Theater room
– Resident events
– Package reception
– Sculpture garden
– 24-hour concierge
*Additional fee required.”

  • apt hunter

    I wonder what the rent is…weird that they don’t tell you.

    I looked at an apartment in this building recently and I was very surprised to see it had a huge concrete pillar in the living room. The floorplan didn’t show it (it actually had a picture of a dining room table that would have been impossible to have in reality due to that pillar). I thought it was pretty sketchy of them and it put me off the whole building.

    • PJL

      $1995, it’s in the CL ad

      • Anonymous

        Floor plans and rents for other configurations are on their web-site, the link at the middle of the CL ad, and then click on “continue to our web-site” rather than filling in e-mail information. The prices on the other layouts also seem steep to me for what they are.
        Wondering about all the bicycles in the pictures in the CL ad, esp. since they claim to have a bicycle storage facility.

        • jeezpf

          Those bikes are really expensive… probably around $3000 total. I don’t know anyone who would spend that amount of money and store it in a communal storage area. No matter what security you have, bikes are really easy to take and easy to resell.

    • AB

      I think I saw the same unit a while back…the person tried to pitch it as a design feature…umm it’s an ugly concrete column in the middle of the space!

  • JF

    Legitimate question, what sort of lifestyle does one lead where this sort of space at this price make sense? No shade, I am generally curious. As someone who lives alone and pays a bit less than this for a one bedroom, I can’t imagine being able to afford but also being at a stage in life where a studio made sense.

    • PJL

      Agreed. I’m in a studio, but it’s got a floorplan and the square footage that make it feel like a 1 bedroom (separate spaces for living area/sleeping area/dining/etc). This does not. I couldn’t ever justify this much for a studio with that floorplan.

    • MtP

      I agree, I would never pay this. I think the only person for who this makes sense is someone who is straight out of law school (after going straight through, so is 25), single, and making $180k at a firm. Then they’d want to be in the thick of 14th street, and would spend most of their time out or at work. Other than that, I really don’t know.

  • Mittens

    I remember checking this place out when I was looking for apartments. The fact that they seem desperate yet won’t even mention the rent tells you everything. Look at the Yelp reviews of this place: shoddy construction, poor building management and shady practices. No thanks.

  • Kingman Park

    Only $300 to apply? gtfo

    • anon

      I think that’s their discount – the renting fees listed on their website amount to $780. This building not only charges you for their expenses of renting to you, they also are one of those that charges you for every little thing – amenity fee, water, trash, etc., things you’d never think of in a usual rental.

      • Mittens

        No wonder they’re desperate for tenants. I bet few sign leases and even fewer stay beyond their first year.

      • James W.

        As a practice, I simply avoid the kinds of places that charge fees for non-value-added items. Move-in fee? Are you going to help me decorate and carry in my furniture? If not, why am I paying you? People need to just say no to this kind of stuff.

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