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New interior photos revealed for NoMa’s luxury apartment building, The Edison

Expect sliding-glass, barn-style doors and floor-to-ceiling windows

All photos courtesy of LCOR

NoMa’s newest luxury apartment building, The Edison, began leasing in May 2017, and now new photos of the interiors and amenity spaces have been revealed to Curbed DC.

For a typical one-bedroom unit, there is a sliding-glass, barn-style door as well as floor-to-ceiling windows and a galley kitchen.

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, located at 1240 Fourth Street NE, 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.

There are a variety of amenities that are offered to residents, including an on-site concierge, landscaped courtyard with fire pits, and a custom mural created by a local D.C. artist. There is also a fitness center, underground parking, bike storage, and access to a car-sharing program.

A press release further reports that there is a library and the nation’s first privately managed high-speed fiber-optic internet network in a multi-family building. The internet network is supposed to be offered at “competitive price points.”

The nearest Metro station is only a couple blocks away.

The Edison [Official Website]