by Mark Wellborn For UrbanTurf
A newly-designed unit has been unveiled at one of DC’s most luxurious new residential projects.
Wardman Tower, the iconic residential building at the corner of Connecticut Avenue and Woodley Road NW, was constructed by Harry Wardman in the early 1930s and then renovated over the past few years by a development team of the JBG Companies, a U.S. branch of Japanese builder Sekisui House, and architect Deborah Berke Partners.
This three-bedroom, 3.5-bath condo was designed by Jeff Akseizer of Akseizer Design Group.
Spread out over 3,123 square feet, the residence has a balcony off the living room, views of the Washington Monument and finishes including Watermark nickel-plated plumbing fixtures, HenryBuilt kitchen and bath cabinets and 6-inch wide oak engineered hardwood flooring by Admonter. Akseizer decorated the unit with a collection of commissioned art pieces, including a series of petrified wood sculptures