Live in one of the coziest apartments in Washington, DC and surround yourself with thoughtful amenities. Located on the corner of 23rd St NW and K ST, NW, The 925 Apartments is just minutes away from George Washington University and Hospital, World Bank, IMF as well as all of the shopping, dining and entertainment that nearby , District of Columbia has to offer.
The 925 Apartments offers unique studio and one-bedroom bedroom apartment homes with Utilities Included, Rooftop Deck with Monumental Views, and Fitness Center just to name a few of the exclusive amenities we offer our residents.
If you're looking for a home close to George Washington University and Hospital, World Bank, IMF or want to experience the perks of a wonderful apartment home in a convenient location, The 925 Apartments is the place for you in Foggy Bottom, Washington. You deserve the very best in apartment living and our community offers an easy and relaxed lifestyle.
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A quiet community and quiet building. Courteous and helpful staff.RentAdvisor
The apartments are a good size with big windows. However, the building management seems to spend more money on building maintenance than the apartments themselves. Kitchen appliances are very old and dirty. It would be nice if the building maybe spent the money they use painting the elevator doors every other month or on the lobby and just replace a couple of the appliances in the kitchen. Especially since this is one of the more expensive buildings in the area.RentAdvisor
Can sometimes hear our neighbors' noise. Please remind other residents to keep their noise down, particularly at night.RentAdvisor
This is a really nice neighborhood. It is conveniently located, especially if you are a GW student.RentAdvisor
Community in the apartment comes in a mix - from families to the elderly to college students. Definitely not a "loud" apartment. Everyone is friendly.RentAdvisor
I love the distribution of the flats and the location. Also it is a quiet building and place.RentAdvisor
The staff is very friendly. However, they should keep an eye on the people who enter and who goes (sometimes there is no one at the front desk) and usually on weekends there are drunk students running and yelling in the rooftop or in the 8th floor.RentAdvisor
I love the location. I study in GWU and it is 4 blocks away. Grocery Stores are close (trader joes and wholefoods) and the metro is two blocks away. Morover the Kennedy Center is super close so you can enjoy the art scene in DC. The mall is also very near. It is simply a perfect location.RentAdvisor
"They are currently undertaking work on the building facade...for TEN MONTHS. That means construction block-offs outside and constant noise M-F for ten months. And every time it snows or rains, they make up for lost time by working on Saturdays. Multiple complaints (apparently from many other tenants, as well, according to off-hand comments made by reception desk workers) have done nothing to change this work and its timing. Imagine living in a great building...and then having LOUD constructionRentAdvisor
I've lived in the Statesman, 2400 M and here, and I'd say 925 is the best of the three.RentAdvisor
Great apartment building with friendly staff.RentAdvisor
"One of the front staff did NOT ACCOMADATE my neighbor who was 8 months pregnant with her packages. I had a help her carry semi-heavy packages to her condo. Afterwards this front desk man said to me: ""thanks for doing my job"". INEXCUSABLE!!!"RentAdvisor
extremely loud construction, also when the AC broke they did not notify residents and did nothing to try to make up for the situation, I sent the management an email asking for a reimbursement for the nights in which I could not sleep in my apartment due to the heat (very typical arrangement with most landlords for emergency maintenance times), and they responded with the classic push away "out of our control", well their building issues are not the residents problem, they should learn how to haRentAdvisor