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The Edison, NoMa’s luxury apartment building, begins leasing

Amenities include a fitness center, on-site concierge, and close location to the Metro

All renderings courtesy of LCOR

With a variety of amenities in tow, The Edison, a brand new luxury apartment building in NoMa, has begun leasing. Developed by LCOR, The Edison comes with 187 units, 28,000 square feet of retail, and is anchored by the neighborhood’s first Trader Joe’s.

Each of the units in the six-story building range from one- to two-bedrooms with square footage that varies from 500 to 1,100 square feet. The price range starts at $1,775 per month and runs up to $3,225 per month.

Some of the most noteworthy amenities inside include keyless entry, an on-site concierge, private fitness center, and access to a car-sharing program. There is also underground reserved parking, bike storage, and a library. Outside, there is a landscaped courtyard with fire pits, an outdoor kitchen, and a custom mural created by a local D.C. artist.

According to a press release, The Edison also features a rather one-of-a-kind amenity that will help residents worry less about routers: The nation’s first privately managed high-speed fiber-optic internet network in a multi-family building. This internet network will allow for initial download and upload speeds ranging from 50 to 200 Mbps at “competitive price points.”

The location, 1240 Fourth Street NE, is close to the NoMa-Gallaudet U Metro station.

The Edison [Official Website]