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Upscale West End condo development launches private 'preview appointments'

Sales won’t begin for another month

This Monday, private "preview appointments" began at the brand new West End condo development, Westlight. With sales expected to launch October, the 71 units range in price from $625,000 to $4.5 million with features like natural gas cooktops and spa-inspired bathrooms. The units include one- and two-bedrooms as well as three-bedrooms with a den.

The development also features a broad variety of amenities, which include a 25-meter heated rooftop pool, sundeck, fitness center, clubroom, business lounge, and below-grade parking garage.

Located at 1111 24th Street NW, the project is part of a mixed-use, ten-story, 328,000-square-foot LEED-certified building. Designed by internationally acclaimed architect Enrique Norten of TEN Arquitectos, the project also calls for a new 21,000-square-foot public library and 7,300 square feet of retail. Norten’s past works include the New York Public Library, Miami Design District, and Rutgers Business School.

EastBanc, Inc., the developer behind the project, is also currently building Square 50, another project designed by TEN Arquitectos. This project features a 15,500-square-foot West End Fire Station, 54,000-square-foot residential building with six market-rate units and 55 units for those making 60 percent or less of the area median income. There will also be a tournament-ready squash facility, called Squash on Fire, and a one-level garage with 24 spaces.