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3 Months Free Rent at Highland Park Apartments at Columbia Heights Metro

Score your first 3 months rent free* and discover elevated DC living at Highland Park Apartments, directly above the Columbia Heights Metro with distinctly designed studio, one bedroom, two bedroom, two bedroom with den, and two-level loft homes.

With a Walk Score of 98 and prime location on bustling 14th Street NW the property features an array of inspired amenities including an expansive roof deck, two-story fitness center, courtyard with bocce courts, billiards room, and more. Target and Giant are just a block away, along with nationally renowned restaurants and cafés from Mt. Pleasant, to 11th Street, to U Street just down the hill — Highland Park is D.C. living at its finest.

Choose from an array of beautifully appointed flats and upscale lofts, offering stained concrete floors, walk-in closets, and full and French balconies. Maximize your day with modern luxury amenities — a vibrant lobby with 24/7 concierge service, membership-class fitness center with a standalone yoga studio, lush outdoor courtyard with outdoor bar and bocce courts, business center and Wi-Fi throughout the common areas.

Visit us today for at www.highlandparkdc.com.

Contact the leasing team to schedule your in-person or virtual tour and learn more about our limited time Three Months Free offer!* Highland Park is a pet friendly community.

Highland Park Apartments
877-268-2670
www.highlandparkdc.com
1400 Irving Street, NW
Washington, D.C. 20010

*Limited time offer. 13 month lease required. Lease must begin by December 31, 2021. See Leasing Consultant for details.

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