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WAMU’s former Tenleytown headquarters unveiled as 100-unit apartment building

Frequency Apartments makes its debut

Rendering via Urban Investment Partners (UIP)

A new luxury apartment building has opened in Washington, D.C. Located at 4000 Brandywine Street NW in Tenleytown, D.C.-based developer Urban Investment Partners (UIP) has completed a $14 million, year-long, 36,000-square-foot gut renovation, opening Frequency Apartments. The name is meant to nod to the building’s past as a former office building that previously housed National Public Radio affiliate WAMU. A 14,000-square-foot addition was also constructed for the building.

With 100 apartments, the units feature plank flooring, custom cabinetry, stainless steel appliances, and designer lighting, according to a press release published on PoPville. Other features include quartz countertops, keyless entry, and amenities like a rooftop deck, fitness center, and conference and meeting rooms. There is also bike storage and reserved garage parking.

Prices range from approximately $1,800 per month for studios up to more than $3,300 per month for two-bedrooms.

Meet the ‘Frequency Apartments’ “a $14 million year-long 36,000 square foot gut renovation” [PoPville]