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Are you looking for a one bedroom apartment in the heart of Dupont Circle? This amazing 665 sqft floorplan will be the perfect place for you! Enjoy floor to ceiling windows in a separated living and dining space, with hardwood flooring throughout. Great closet space in your massive bedroom space. And don't forget the state of the art kitchen with stainless steel appliances and awesome balcony! The apartment overlooks the courtyard and gets spectacular light. The building has a 24-hour concierge, pool and gym and is pet friendly. We have loved living here but have purchased a condo in DC and will be moving out in September. The apartment is available September 21st and will be unfurnished, but the photos will help you visualize how you can set it up. Rent is $2441 a month that includes all utilities, including heating and central air. For more information on leasing the property through Equity Residential or viewing the space, please contact me. For photos and more information, see: https://washingtondc.craigslist.org/doc/apa/6275919424.html Building Amenities Transit Screen in Elevator Lobby No Amenity Fee Spacious Courtyard 24-hour Fitness Center Resident Clubhouse with Kitchen Reserved Garage Parking 24-hour Surveillance and Controlled Access 24-hour Concierge Valet Dry Cleaning Service Bike Storage 24-hour Laundry Facility Package Service with Email Notifications Outdoor Grilling Area Yoga Room Outdoor Pool and Sundeck Full Service Pet Care Available
KimberlyandDaryl posted a topic in Logan CircleThe Kimberly Casey and Daryl Judy Team of Washington Fine Properties are proud to sponsor an Electronic Recycling Event on November 8, 2014 to benefit Ross Elementary. Properly managing your used electronics include responsible recycling for protection of the environment and your personal privacy. The event is to be help on Saturday, Nob 8th from 11:00-2:00 at Ross Elementary School located at 1730 R Street NW. It's very easy -- bring your outdated electronics, televisions, batteries, DVD players, radios, computers, stereos, fax machines, etc....to the drop off. A full list of what will be accepted can be found at www.potomacescrap.com/what-we-buy/. This is a free event with a few minor exceptions - $5 for hard drive destruction for security purposes and $20 for CRT TV's and Computer Monitors because of the hazardous materials in them that need to be properly disposed of. Potomac Escrap purchases electronics based on the value of the metals they contain and all of the money raised will go to Ross Elementary. CaseyJudy_Recycle3_Oct2014.pdf