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777 7TH ST NW #804

WASHINGTON | DC

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The convenience of living in the heart of downtown combines with all the sought-after upgrades of today’s buyers to create an ideal home for true downtown Washingtonian living! The Residences at Gallery Place offer luxurious amenities, including a 24 hour front desk, outdoor terrace, fitness center, community room and bike storage.


A welcoming foyer with large closet opens to the kitchen, and the dining and living area. The updated kitchen offers granite countertops, handsome maple shaker style cabinetry and a breakfast bar, perfect for informal dining. This kitchen is open to the sunny living and dining area and features brand new carpeting, crown molding, and recessed lighting.


The primary bedroom is awash with natural light through a wall of floor-to-ceiling windows, offering an exciting glimpse of the Washington Monument. It is spacious and offers generous closet space. The fully updated bathroom boasts a granite top vanity and ceramic tile bath. All the other must-have items are here as well – a washer and dryer in unit, central air, extra storage and more.


The Residences at Gallery Place were delivered in 2005 and is a 192-unit luxury mid-rise building in the heart of Penn Quarter. The liveliness of Gallery Place and all its offerings are right outside. There are a plethora of shops and restaurants within a block radius of this unit. It is also convenient to multiple grocery and convenience stores. The Residences at Gallery Place directly above the Gallery Place-Chinatown Metro, making this an amazing location for any urban dweller!

Gallery Place is a Washington Metro station in Washington, D.C., United States, on the Green, Red and Yellow Lines. It is a transfer station between the Red Line on the upper level and the Green/Yellow Lines on the lower level. Gallery Place is located in Northwest Washington, with entrances at 7th and F, 7th and H, and 9th and G Streets. The station's only street elevator is north of F Street on the east side of 7th Street. The station, which is beneath the Capital One Arena, serves that arena and the surrounding Chinatown and Penn Quarter neighborhoods in downtown Washington.


Originally named Gallery Place after the nearby National Portrait Gallery and Smithsonian American Art Museum, the station was renamed Gallery Place–Chinatown in 1986 (although the station's signage was not replaced until 1990). In 2000, a sculpture entitled The Glory of the Chinese Descendants by Foon Sham, was installed over the 7th and H Street entrance at the mezzanine level. The sculpture depicts a large Chinese-style fan above a bowl of rice. The station reverted to its original name, Gallery Place, on November 3, 2011, with "Chinatown" listed as a subtitle. This station has been a testing ground for new features in Metro stations. In 1993, the station was one of the first Metro stations to receive tactile edging on its platforms. Since 2004, the station has been the site of testing for new signage. As a result, there is far more signage in this station than most others, including lighted signs, as well as signage that isn't found anywhere else in the system. In 2007, red LEDs were tested for the platform edge lights on the upper level. Orange LEDs were tested at the platform edge on the lower level, before being replaced by red LEDs in 2008. In 2017, WMATA added yellow stickers on the platform floors to remind riders where the end of six-car trains stop, to help riders avoid being in the area near the end of the platform behind where the last car of the train stops.


Like other downtown transfer stations, Gallery Place has a two-level configuration. However, unlike Metro Center and L'Enfant Plaza, where the platforms cross centrally, the Green and Yellow Line platforms are located near the east end of the station, resulting in an off-balance layout. This is a result of the Green and Yellow Lines' location below 7th Street NW, while the Red Line curves southeast heading towards Judiciary Square and Union Station. Plans to add a pedestrian tunnel connecting Gallery Place with Metro Center have long been in the works. The "Gallery Place/Chinatown - Metro Center Pedestrian Passageway Tunnel Study" was completed in July 2005.


[Source: Wikipedia


Livability

Offered At | $369,000

1 bed | 1 bath

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