Insignia on M, a 324-unit, 13-story apartment at 1111 New Jersey Ave. SE in Washington, is ready for occupancy. (Rendering courtesy of Acusourcing)

The construction cranes continue to dot the skyline in Washington’s Navy Yard neighborhood, but one new high-rise apartment, Insignia on M, is now ready for occupants.

Bozzuto Management Company has begun leasing at the 324-unit, 13-story apartment at 1111 New Jersey Ave. SE, built by joint venture partners Donohue and MetLife.

Insignia on M is directly above the Navy Yard-Ballpark Metro station and within walking distance of Nationals Park and myriad restaurants, shops and bars as well as the Yards and Canal Park. A Whole Foods will open later this year. The apartment building includes 11,000 square feet of retail space and three levels of reserved garage parking.

Building amenities include a rooftop swimming pool, a pet spa and a fitness center with a yoga room. In addition, the building has a 60-foot plaza with seating and gardens, a penthouse-level club with a bar, pool table, TVs, a living area and gas grilling stations with waterfront and Capitol views. The building also has a coffee bar with WiFi, concierge services, a package room with refrigerated storage for grocery deliveries and bike storage.

WDG Architecture designed the apartments, which include nine-foot-high ceilings, hardwood flooring, LED recessed lighting and a keyless entry system. In the kitchen, the apartments have stone counters, stainless-steel appliances and glass-tile backsplashes. In the bathroom, they have soaking tubs, subway-tile shower and tub surrounds and vanities with rectangular sinks. Some units have balconies and floor-to-ceiling glass windows.

Rents range from $2,075 for a studio apartment with up to 510 square feet to $3,425 for a two-bedroom apartment with up to 1,074 square feet.

For more information, visit www.insigniaonm.com.

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