In addition to an abundance of storage, the apartments at Reed Row will have a roof deck with views of downtown Washington. (Rendering courtesy of Kettler)

Trendy minimalist style requires some place to hide your clutter. The apartments at Reed Row at 2101 Champlain St. NW in Washington are organized around a central core that includes the open kitchen, a bathroom, a laundry closet and extensive built-in cabinets for storage.

Each bedroom has a wall of built-in drawers and armoires for clothing. All this storage frees up space for the rest of the apartment to be used for living, dining and sleeping.

The 132-unit building, developed by Kettler and R2L Architects, includes a co-working space that can be used as a social lounge in the evenings, a bike room, an interior garden and a roof-deck with views of downtown Washington. Additional amenities include a fitness center, garage parking, an outdoor living room with a fireplace, a two-level “contemplative courtyard” and a breezeway with a fountain that connects the courtyard to the apartments.

The site is in walking distance of restaurants, shops and nightlife in Adams Morgan, Dupont Circle and 14th and U streets.

The building, which includes studio and one- and two-bedroom apartments, has wood flooring, European kitchen appliances, nine-foot-high ceilings and balconies.

Rents range from $1,600 to $4,300. The first units will be ready for occupancy in the spring.

For information, call 844-366-2711 or visit http://reedrow.com.

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