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Navy Yard’s Insignia on M apartment building begins leasing

See what to expect from this brand new development in the neighborhood

Insignia on M.
All images courtesy of Bozzuto Management

In Washington, D.C.’s Navy Yard neighborhood, a brand new, 13-story apartment building has opened its doors to the public. Designed by WDG Architecture, Insignia on M features 324 rentals, ranging from studios to one- and two-bedrooms.

Inside, there are high-end finishes, which include LED recessed lighting, built-in charging stations for USB devices, keyless entry, and customizable walk-in closets. There is also hardwood flooring throughout along with nine-foot-high ceilings.

In the kitchens, there are stone countertops, glass-tile backsplashes, and under-counter lighting, according to a press release. The stainless steel appliances are ENERGY STAR.

Amenities include a rooftop pool, yoga room, pet spa, and dog run area. Other notable amenities to look forward to include a 60-foot plaza, digital cafe, 24-7 concierge, and secure bike storage. There is also 11,000 square feet of ground-floor retail and three levels of below-grade parking. This project is located directly above the Navy Yard–Ballpark Metro Station and is nearby Nationals Park and a Whole Foods Market.

Prices range from $2,075/month for studios up to $3,425/month for two-bedrooms. Square footage varies from 510 square feet to 1,074 square feet.

Insignia on M [Official Website]