Today’s Rental was chosen because of the Parquet Floors and 24-Hour Clothes Care Facilities, obviously

This rental is located at 1660 Lanier Place Northwest. The Craigslist ad says:

“$1,625 / 1br – 420ft2 – 1/BD, Parquet Floors, 24-Hour Clothes Care Facilities (1660 Lanier Place Northwest, Washington, DC)

Park Terrace Apartments is a retreat from the daily grind and a haven of recreation. Available in studio, one-, and two-bedroom layouts, our apartments in Lanier Heights, DC, take your living experience to new heights with lifestyle-focused amenities and beautiful interiors. The location boasts a 96/100 walk score and 99/100 bike score and offers easy access to Apple, Amazon, Howard University, and the Smithsonian’s National Zoo, among others. Book your appointment today to learn more!

Apartment Features:

Large Closets
High Ceilings
Ceiling Fan
Air Conditioner
Spacious Studio, One and Two Bedroom Apartments
Cable Ready
Parquet Floors
Double-Paned Windows
Upgraded Apartment Residences
Ceramic Tile Flooring
Deco Soaking Tubs
Open Kitchen*
Separate Dining Area in Some Apartment Homes
Contemporary Hardware & Fixtures with a Satin Finish
High-Speed Internet Access

Community Features:

Fitness Center
All Utilities Included (small air conditioning fee during summer months.)
On-Site Management
Easy Access to Downtown
Surrounded by Parks, Restaurants and Nightlife
Intercom Entry System
24-Hour Clothes Care Facilities
Three Blocks to Metro Bus
Resident Payments via Online Portal Available

Managed by ROSS Companies
Equal Housing Opportunity
Pricing may include current specials and is subject to change without notice.”

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