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Upscale apartment complex in D.C.’s NoMa nears completion

An indoor-outdoor rooftop deck is one of the amenities at AvalonBay’s AVA NoMa community, at 55 M St. NE in one of the fastest growing neighborhoods in the District. (Rendering courtesy of Avalon Bay Communities)
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More than 400 apartments are available for rent at AvalonBay’s AVA NoMa community, at 55 M St. NE in one of the fastest growing neighborhoods in the District.

The apartments range from a 511-square-foot studio to a three-bedroom apartment with 1,340 square feet. In exchange for living in a smaller unit, residents have access to more than 20,000 square feet of indoor and outdoor amenity spaces.

AVA NoMa includes an indoor-outdoor roof deck with a swimming pool and views of the Capitol and the Washington Monument, an indoor-outdoor lounge with a kitchen and theater, and an indoor-outdoor fitness center with a yoga and spin studio. The gym opens onto an outdoor courtyard with additional fitness equipment. The building also has a “pet spa” and a dog park. The ground floor has 6,700 feet of retail space.

525-unit-14-story apartment building planned for NoMa

Residents can walk to the Mount Vernon Square, NoMa-Gallaudet and Union Station Metro stations, as well as Union Market and the H Street corridor.

The apartments have an industrial style with concrete columns, exposed ductwork and chalkboard walls. Standard features include stainless-steel appliances, quartz counters and walk-in closets with the option of sliding barn doors. Two- and three-bedroom units are available — with two bathrooms to make sharing with roommates easier. Rents are $1,700 for studio apartments, $2,135 for one-bedroom units, $3,055 for two-bedroom units and $4,135 for three-bedroom units.

For information, click here or go to the sales office at the Avalon First and M property at 1160 First St. NE.

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