"A rare offering combining large residences, a wonderfully located boutique building, old world flair combined with super modern touches. Few buildings compare!"
2501 Pennsylvania Avenue, NW
Washington, DC 20037
$1,700,000 - $3,000,000
Sq Ft Range:
2,200 - 4,500 sq ft
Year Built: 2008
Private Outdoor Space: Yes
Building Roof Deck: No
Pets: Cats and Dogs allowed
Condo Fee: $1,766 - $4,175
No.of Stories: 8
No.of Units: 16
2501 Pennsylvania Avenue is both a notable address and a stunning luxury condominium offering uncommon to the city. Formerly a 19th Century office building called The Luzon, 2501 Penn is the ultimate boutique building in an equally impressive location where three of the city's most highly desirable neighborhoods converge. Fashionable West End is home to 2501 while the heart of Georgetown is just three blocks away. Foggy bottom is one block away with the Metro and the Kennedy Center. Residents enjoy the walking to myriad restaurants, theaters, shops, parks and Trader Joe's.
The developer, Intrepid Real Estate, is marketing units that are either fully finished or "designer ready" for the new owner to completely customize. Resale units are also available for sale by current residents. The 16 units at 2501 Pennsylvania range in size from 2,200 square feet up to 4,500 square foot penthouses with private roof terraces. There are even 2 efficiency units on the first floor that were made available only to current owners to house staff.
Each unit features direct elevator access, Varenna cabinetry and wardrobes by Poliform, sumptuous Waterworks baths, airy 10' ceilings, Sub Zero, Bosch and Thermador appliances and triple pane windows and sound attenuation to keep the bustling city sounds at bay. Storage units, 2 secure garage parking spaces and a paneled lobby with concierge complete the picture. Penthouse units feature private outdoor terraces up to 1,200 square feet.
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Luxurious Living at 2501 Pennsylvania
- 16 units ranging from 2,200 square feet to over 4,500 square feet
- Penthouse units feature private roof terraces up to 1,200 square feet
- Varenna cabinetry by Poliform with Sub Zero, Bosch and Thermador appliances in the kitchens
- Stunning marble baths with Waterworks fixtures, frameless glass showers, 6' whirlpool tubs and Toto toilets
- Exotic wide-plank eco friendly flooring in teak, Brazilian cherry or oak
- Airy 10' ceilings, triple pane windows and sound attenuation throughout
- Direct elevator access to each unit
- 2 car secure garage parking and additional storage
- 24 hour lobby attendant
Accessing the Best of DC
West End is perennially convenient and provides easy and quick access to all parts of the city. Residents can walk to Georgetown, the Kennedy Center or the the Foggy Bottom-GWU metro station just around the corner on the Orange and Blue line. Or, the door man will call you a taxi if you don't feel like walking or taking your car out of the garage.
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Ultra Chic West End At Your Doorstep
The West End is an infinitely walkable neighborhood, surrounded by Georgetown to the northwest, Foggy Bottom to the south and Dupont Circle to the east. The West End dates all the way back to Pierre L’Enfant’s original blueprint for the District. A modern revitalization plan initiated by city planners in 1972 led to a spate of new development, including towering condominium cocoons of luxury.
That opens up a rich tapestry of attractions and amenities with theater, movies, restaurants and upscale shopping boutiques. This is certainly one of DC’s most sought-after places to live with a palpable urban energy and sophistication. From black-tie events at the Kennedy Center to hipster flicks at the West End Independent Art House Cinema, choices abound! And if you tire of dining at some of the best eateries in Washington, you can fetch groceries from Whole Foods or Trader Joe’s.
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