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Ritz-Carlton Condominium in West End
Located at 1111 23rd Street NW, Washington, DC 20037
Washington, DC real estate buyers desiring upscale condominium living combined with hotel amenities, look no further—the Ritz-Carlton West End checks off all the boxes. Located in the fashionable West End neighborhood, condos are in two buildings—North and South at 1111 and 1155 23rd Street NW. The hotel portion is at 1150 23rd Street, serving as a connector between the two other sections. The entire development has something of a U-shape with interior courtyard as well as ground-level retail components.
Ritz Carlton Residences in West End, Washington, DC
There are 162 condo residences in this 11-story complex, available in a wide variety of floorplans. That means one, two, three, four and even five-bedroom homes, with flats, duplexes and penthouses. Sizes run all the way from 772 to 5,600 square feet, with recent listings ranging from $655,000 to $6,050,000. That latter number is not a typo!
When you’re paying the big bucks, you expect a lot. Luxury condos for sale at the Ritz-Carlton West End feature bright and open layouts with hardwood floors, floor-to-ceiling windows, private outdoor spaces, spa baths and gourmet kitchens with granite counters, oversized cabinets and stainless steel appliances.
But it doesn’t end there. Residents at the pet-friendly Ritz-Carlton also enjoy amenities such as 24/7 staffed front desk, concierge service, doorman, security, lounges, a cascading waterfall in the huge outdoor courtyard and a heated indoor pool and state-of-the art fitness center at the Sports Center, housed within the complex.
Want more? How about options for room service, housekeeping, valet parking and private chefs, as well as ground floor amenities like CVS Pharmacy, Sun Trust Bank, Greenworks and the popular Ris Bistro restaurant? And if for some reason you like the overall concept but can’t find the perfect condo of your dreams, you could always check for available listings at the Residences at Ritz-Carlton in Georgetown.
The West End is a historic neighborhood that has evolved considerably in recent years. That includes lots of other posh condominiums such as 2501 M and 22 West. Surrounding communities include Dupont Circle, Georgetown and Foggy Bottom. There’s everything you need nearby, including shops, restaurants, entertainment, groceries at Trader Joe’s or Whole Foods and transit at the Foggy Bottom-GWU metro station.
More About the West End Location
The West End was originally the westernmost neighborhood in the District of Washington. But then the District extended its boundaries. Yet, at the same time, the West End is smaller than it once was with Foggy Bottom expanding its bounds northbound into its next-door neighbor. In fact, the Old West End Historic District overlaps into Foggy Bottom! This is not an anomaly in Washington where so many communities have been reshaped over the years.
Restaurants in West End
Washington, DC’s Office of Planning put out a report in 1973 titled “New Town for the West End.” The idea was a redevelopment that would focus on residential expansion as well as increased amenities for residents. One of the major areas of growth has been on the culinary arts—in this case, more restaurants. Among the new bars and restaurants are There are also bars and restaurants aplenty in the West End, including Baked & Wired, Quadrant Bar & Lounge, Blue Duck Tavern, Marshall’s Bar & Grille, Café Deluxe, Rasika West End, Marcel’s by Robert Wiedmaier and Boveda - A Latin Speakeasy Restaurant, just to name a few.
Transit Options for Residents Ritz-Carlton West End
The West End is a very transit-friendly. Residents at the Ritz-Carlton West End will find their surrounding neighborhood to be a great place to stroll with a Walk Score of 98! You can walks to restaurants, coffee shops and movies. In fact the Landmark West End Cinema is less than a block away! Other nearby places include the World Bank, Georgetown University and Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts. Or how about Whole Foods, Trader Joe’s or the brand new West End Library? The community is also very favorable for bicyclists with a score of 94—that’s some real peddle power!
And, while there isn’t a dedicated Metro station for the West End, the Foggy Bottom/GWU is just a few blocks away, resulting in a 91 Rider/Transit Score. But residents at the Ritz-Carlton West End also have secure parking access. Just wheel your motor vehicle out of the garage and head to work or play. Rock Creek and Potomac Parkway is a couple blocks west and Route 66 is about four blocks away. Also, Key Bridge and the Theodore Roosevelt Bridge are close at hand, leading across the Potomac River to Arlington.
In short, the Ritz-Carlton West End offers supreme luxury condos for sale with hotel services, while also being in the center of a sustained and highly successful revitalization. To learn more about condos for sale at this very popular location, please call Andre Perez at District Partners at Compass, 202-798-3600.