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A stylish, modern living area in one of our three-bedroom apartments in Union Square. In the foreground, a fuzzy white couch and acrylic coffee table. In the back you can see a kitchen with stainless steel appliances, a kitchen island, and a round dining table. The walls are covered in floor-to-ceiling windows and there's a pole in the back corner of the room.

Discover our Luxury Three-Bedroom Apartments

Ideally located, our recently-built apartment building has three-bedrooms featuring walk-in closets, in-unit laundry, and more.

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A chic bedroom in our Union Market one-bedroom apartment with a wooden queen-sized bed, a grid rug, and a plant. The bed is next to a giant, sunny window.

Exploring the One-Bedroom Apartments at The Gantry

With a stellar location, expansive amenities, and contemporary conveniences, residents in these apartments enjoy luxury in urban living.

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Pretty, Victorian-style brick homes ion a tree-lined street in Washington, DC.

Things to Do in the H-Street Corridor in DC

The nightlife, food, bars, and arts and culture recommendations that locals love in the H Street Corridor.

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A chicly decorated and sunny apartment with a bed, lamps, desk, modern art, a rug, and a woven basket. There are tall windows and plank flooring.

Studio Apartments at The Gantry in Union Market

Our upscale studio apartments have important amenities, including in-unit washer/dryer, and thoughtful design choices.

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Sunny kitchen and dining area of an apartments, stylishly decorated. There are stainless kitchen appliances, plank flooring, a kitchen island, large windows, and gray Italian cabinetry.

2-Bedroom Apartment Features at The Gantry

The Gantry's apartments have sophisticated details like under cabinet lighting, kitchen islands, balconies, walk-in closets, and more.

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Two happy friends cheers with cocktails at a table in Union Market in Washington, DC.

Guide to the Union Market District and NoMa

The greater NoMa area is an exciting and surprising neighborhood that fosters unique DC arts and culture.

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