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Former EPA HQ Puts Apartments to Re-Use

Digested From “Former EPA Headquarters to House Green Apartments in Southwest”
Washington Post (01/06/14) Lerner, Michele

In Southwest Washington, D.C., the former Environmental Protection Agency headquarters has been transformed into two apartment buildings. The towers at Sky House opened for leasing in late December and hold the distinction of being one of the first LEED-certified re-use projects in the nation's capital. Sky House East offers 266 rental units, including studio and one- and two-bedroom apartments.  

Community amenities range from a rooftop swimming pool to an outdoor patio with seating to an observation deck with panoramic views of D.C.'s skyline. Indoor amenities include a game room, a fitness facility with a personal trainer, a conference room, a party room, a club room, an Internet lounge, and concierge services. Sky House East is also a pet-friendly building with an on-site grooming space. Monthly rents range from the $1,600s to the $3,200s.

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