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Live Like a King on the Cornerstone of Luxury!

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Described as the hub of Monroe Street Market, Cornerstone sizzles with a cool contemporary vibe in the nation’s capital. Set against a warehouse inspired backdrop, there is a balance in the design that can only be described as eccentric, unique, and exciting.

From the industrial pendant lighting down to the Parterre designer wood flooring, every unit comes with a list of features that create a space that’s unique, contemporary, and comfortable. The kitchen space is one to be envied; countertops come in your choice of Wave Sand, Giallo Vermont or Rose white granite. Available in shaker style or flat panel, 42” hardwood cabinets with brush nickel hardware are perfect accents. Oversized windows show off inspiring views and allow natural light to fill and warm the rooms.

The bedroom is a cozy retreat that plays host to the bathroom where tranquility is found. Granite countertops, soft linen textured tile floors and modern stacked tiles in the bathtub create a spa like scene.

And that’s only the beginning.

Life at Monroe Street Market community guarantees two things: an amazing apartment and neighborhood amenities that fit your lifestyle.

Community amenities

  • 24-hour fitness centers with yoga studios, cardio theaters, weights, as well as an express gym
  • Artistic workspaces throughout the community
  • Lounge, community room, and billiards
  • E-café with Wi-Fi
  • The Arts Walk: 27 artist studios along the Arts Plaza, a space for weekend markets and performances
  • The Edgewood Arts Building: 3,000 sq. ft. of workspace for artists, events, performances, and more

Apartments at the Cornerstone will be available in studio, 1 bedroom, 1 bedroom w/ den and 2 bedroom floor plans, and it opens March 2014. Reserve today!

Claudia Watts

Claudia M. Watts has a B.B.A. with a concentration in Marketing and is currently the owner/writer for Clan Eclectic as well as the Director of Innovation and Internal Operations for The Looking Glass, LLC. She’s a writer, serial thrifter, arts enthusiast, lover of new ideas, open minds, thought-provoking conversation, and her own life.