While construction cranes for more residences and offices continue to dominate the skyline in NoMa near the popular Union Market in D.C., residents have begun to move into the Burton apartment house at 200 Florida Ave. NE.
The Burton offers direct access to the eight-mile Metropolitan Branch Trail that links NoMa with Silver Spring, Md., by biking, walking or jogging. Closer to the building are a Trader Joe’s; La Cosecha, a Latino marketplace; event spaces; shops and restaurants within Union Market; and popular nearby bars and restaurants, such as Cotton & Reed, Masseria and St. Anselm’s.
REI’s flagship store is the neighborhood, along with an outpost of Politics & Prose bookstore. The NoMa-Gallaudet University station is also within walking distance.
MRP Realty developed the Burton, which is managed by Bozzuto. Interiors of the building and the apartments were designed by Carlyn & Co.
Building amenities include a rooftop swimming pool with city views, a rooftop terrace with an indoor club room with a catering kitchen, a rooftop lounge with games, a courtyard with grilling stations, communal and private workstations, a fitness center with a climbing wall, package lockers, a garage, and a mudroom with a bike workshop, bike storage and dog-washing stations. The lobby includes seating areas and a stage for community events.
The apartments range from a 467-square-foot studio to a 1,381-square-foot unit with three bedrooms and two bathrooms. Rents for currently available apartments range from $2,066 to $4,615.
The apartments include high ceilings, floors that resemble wood, open floor plans and a choice of a warmer or cooler-toned kitchen with a tile backsplash, an island, stainless-steel appliances, modern cabinets and a pantry.
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