The District’s West End, known for upscale condos in the Residences at the Ritz-Carlton and 22 West, will be home to Westlight, a 71-unit luxury condo at 1111 24th St. NW overlooking Washington Circle.
Westlight, developed by EastBanc, is part of a mixed-used, 10-story, LEED-certified building that will include a new public library, retail and an attached East Tower of 93 luxury rental apartments.
Designed by Enrique Norten of TEN Arquitectos of Mexico City, Westlight will have a cantilevered glass facade and a dramatic lobby with a green wall of living plants and a lighting sculpture by artist Ingo Maurer. Building amenities will include concierge services, a 25-meter heated rooftop swimming pool, a sundeck, a fitness center, a clubroom, a business center, a dog-washing station and a garage.
The units, priced from $625,000 to $4.5 million, will be a mix of one-, two- and three-bedroom units, some including a den, that range from 600 to 3,000 square feet. The units will have oak wide-plank hardwood flooring, Italian high-glass cabinets, quartz counters and gas cooking in the kitchen; custom-designed teak shower floors and Italian high-glass cabinets in the bathrooms; and custom-designed louver shades on the walls of windows.
Preview appointments are available for potential buyers. The Westlight building is anticipated to be complete in the spring.
In addition to Westlight, EastBanc is building Square 50, also designed by TEN Arquitectos, a mixed-use development with a new West End fire station, an affordable housing building with 55 units and six market-rate residential units, a garage and “Squash on Fire,” a squash facility with a restaurant.
Both developments are being built as a public-private partnership between the District of Columbia, EastBanc, the JBG Companies, Clark Enterprises, Dantes Partners, the Warrenton Group and L.S. Caldwell & Associates.
For more information, visit www.westlightcondo.com.
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