Luxury apartments in The District are taking it to the next level, and The Hepburn is the epitome of the trend. Opening up this month in the Kalorama neighborhood, the ultra-luxe building features resort-like amenities and recreation all under one roof.

  • The Hepburn in the Kalorama neighborhood is a 12-floor, 195-unit luxury building developed by Lowe Enterprises.
  • The building offers full conceirge services and has partnerships with The Phillips Collection, Baroo pet concierge services and MAVEN car-sharing service.
  • Studio to three-bedrrom units range from about 450 square feet to nearly 2,000 square feet.

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Luxury apartments in The District are taking it to the next level, and The Hepburn is the epitome of the trend. Opening up this month in the Kalorama neighborhood, the ultra-luxe building features resort-like amenities and recreation all under one roof.

Located at the corner of Florida Avenue and T Street NW, The Hepburn is surrounded by some of the area’s best restaurants, shops and markets.

The building towers 12 stories with 195 units and more than 20,000 square feet of on-site amenities. Developed by Lowe Enterprises and designed by renowned architect Beyer Blinder Belle, the structure boasts stunning views in nearly every unit of the Washington skyline, with some units seeing the Washington Monument and the National Cathedral and Basilica.

Luxury apartments are growing synonomous with concerige services and on-site amenities that rival some of the most prominent resort hotels. The Hepburn takes the throttle up a notch, partnering with Baroo pet conceirge services, The Phillips Collection for modern art, MAVEN car-sharing services and Town & County Movers.

A rooftop deck offers residents access to sprawling views, private cabanas, grills, fire pits and a pool. The building also features underground private parking, a top-notch fitness center, a libary and private dining area that can be reserved. And winos can rejoice with the open wine bar and temperature-controlled wine lockers.

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The building features studios to three-bedroom units ranging in size from about 450 square feet to nearly 2,000 square feet. The neighborhood is one of the more upscale in D.C. as well, flooded with arts and culture, bars, fitness center and cafes.

Email Kimberly Manning

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