The wait is over: 901W is open for (virtual) tours and (actual) occupancy. Shaw’s newest boutique apartment community has opened its distinctive inverted “V” plaza doors at 901 W Street NW, and is revealing to the public its refreshing variety of bright and airy floor plans, ranging from studios to hard-to-find four-bedroom duplexes.
The history-rich Shaw location, at the Shaw Metro Station, is ideal for urban lifestyles, not the least of which includes the soon-to-open Whole Foods right next door. The entertainment offerings of the famed U Street corridor includes the Lincoln and Howard theatres, the 9:30 Club, and countless outlets for retail, coffee, happy hour and fine-to-casual dining. The community includes a plethora of opportunities to burn off the calories at specialized fitness clubs in addition to the in-house fitness training service.
As for amenities, in addition to a swimming pool and sundeck with social seating areas, there is a 24-hour concierge, a fitness center and yoga studio, hospitality lounge, a rooftop dining room with spectacular views and outdoor grilling, and controlled-access garage and bike storage. The public area décor includes distinctive oversized artwork by Kim Beck and Sara Ria Renner.
901W is pet friendly and management offers to coordinate dog-walking service. In addition, the Shaw dog park is a short stride away.
901W is at 901 W Street, NW; the phone number is 833-689-1725.
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