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Why live in a standard, Washington, DC apartment when you can have the distinctive style of the Art Deco period combined with modern community amenities and world class service?Once you step inside The Chesapeake Apartments on Connecticut Ave. in NW Washington DC, you will sense that this is different than a normal apartment building. From the uniquely appointed lobby to the corridors lined with cabana doors, it is clear that The Chesapeake Apartments is something special.The floor plans come in a wide variety of design and style, but all feature 9 foot ceilings, two tone paint, polished parquet flooring and large windows with wonderful views of the Connecticut Ave. neighborhood. Sizable walk in closets provide ample room for clothing and storage and the kitchens have been beautifully renewed. And, gas heat and cooking as well as water are included in the rent.The building has an exceptional amenity package. As a resident of The Chesapeake Apartments in NW Washington DC, you will have
Lease terms are variable. Please inquire with property staff.
Dog Policy: Maximum 2 dogs per apartment. $60.00 pet rent. $750.00 non-refundable pet fee. Restrictions: Over 35 lbs: Call for details and breed restrictions
Cat Policy: Maximum 2 cats per apartment. $20.00 pet rent. $300.00 non-refundable pet fee.
Dogs Allowed. Cats Allowed. Pets Accepted. Call for service animal policy.
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Friendly staff, good facilities (gym, outdoor patio/bbq space, recreation/party space). Had an excellent laid Read Moreout floor plan with amazing light coming in from windows both from the south and west. Prompt service of any issues we had in apartment (reinstallation of new microwave when we first moved in that didn't work initially, no other problems that I recall... oh, there was a leak after the big hurricane which they promptly fixed in all floors that had problems.) Easy street parking.
December 28, 2013
Wow. This place was so noisy at night. There was a banging sound that kept me up every night. I hated that I h Read Moread to pay so much to not be able to sleep. I told management about it an they said they didn't hear anything. The maintenance department is really rude. It's really expensive and the value isn't that great at all. The floor plans are really basic. No pool. No sauna. There are better places around. I own a home with 2200 sq ft outside of DC for less than I paid in rent. Reconsider.
December 27, 2013
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