777 7th St NW #1008 Washington, DC 20001 (Downtown)
- 1 Bedroom
- 1 full Bathroom
- 180+ Days on Trulia
- Multi-Family Home
- 800 sqft
Home Details for 777 7th St NW #1008
777 7th Street NW 1008 in Penn Quarter
777 7th St NW #1008 e Available Oct 19, 2015. - This fully furnished stylishly decorated 1 bedroom a
partment with art and decor from all over the world is perfectly located in Penn Quarter. The property features amazing views of the national monument and Smithsonian portrait gallery. Kitchen features stainless steel appliances, dishwasher and stocked with everything you need for cooking. Master bedroom offers a queen size bed and large closets. Enjoy all this convenience in a building with concierge service, fitness center, roof patio, and party room.The apartment is on the 10th floor and located directly on... top of the Gallery Place metro with 3 lines that easily connects to the airport, Union Station and stops throughout the DC metro area. Right across the street is a variety of restaurants/bars/coffee shops, etc. including a 24-hour flagship Walgreens store. The building regularly hosts events such as wine tastings and Chinese New Year parties. Please Note: This building has a 6-month minimun lease term. Please note: For stays shorter than 90 days there is a required 14.5% Washington, DC Hotel Tax due in addition to the rental amount.
Listing Info for 777 7th St NW #1008
Information last updated on 05/23/2015 12:00 AM
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