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  • Studio starting at $850
  • 1 Bedroom starting at $1,100

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202-543-8889

Property Features
  • Package Receiving
  • Hardwood
  • Ceiling Fan
  • Additional Storage
  • Air Conditioning
  • 24-Hour Maintenance
  • Elevator
 
 
BedsBathsHalf BathsRentSizeFloorplanAvailability
Studio 1- $850- $850 500- 500 Check now
1 1- $1,100- $1,100 700- 700 Check now
Managed ByNWJ Management

Lexington offers studio and one bedroom apartments in the historic Capitol Hill neighborhood of DC. The community is located within walking distance, just a few short blocks of the nation Capital, Amtrak Union Station, the Metro and much more.This is really a great neighborhood which has undergone a major renaissance in recent years. It is tree lined with many beautiful, charming, multi-million dollar homes which are very old and recently renovated. The people who live in these homes

Apartment Office Hours

Mon-Fri 9:00am - 5:00pm

Amenities
  • Package Receiving
  • Elevator
    Flooring
    • Hardwood
        Interior Amenities
        • Ceiling Fan
        • Additional Storage
          Appliances
          • Air Conditioning
              Security
              • 24-Hour Maintenance
                  Pet Policy
                  • Dogs Allowed: Yes
                  • Restricted Breed: No
                  • Dog Notes: Call for details!
                  • Cats Allowed: Yes
                  • Declawed: No
                  • Cat Notes: Call for details!
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                  Location of 1114 F Street North East, Washington, DC, 20002

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