Two-Bedroom Affordable Dwelling Unit in Foggy Bottom
2150 F Street NW, Washington, DC 20037
Available: February 1, 2017
Neighborhood: Foggy Bottom
We have one two-bedroom unit available in this completely renovated rowhome in Foggy Bottom! All two-bedroom units fall under city-mandated income restrictions where each household's income must be within the following parameters:
Two-person household: $62,850- $70,600.
Three-person household: $62,850- $79,400.
Four-person household: $62,850- $88,250.
Each applicant will be required to fill out our standard application and be certified by a community organization to ensure they meet both Nest's and DC's requirements for renting this unit.---
Lovingly fitted into a charming 1900s rowhome, this unit could be your next nest! This unit is located on the basement level of 2150 F Street NW. It is a 2bd/1bath, filled with light, and very spacious. The kitchen is well-equipped with brand new GE appliances, including a dishwasher and microwave. The unit also has a combo washer/dryer.
Security deposit is equal to one month's rent. Tenant responsible for water, electric, and cable/internet (Comcast). Sorry, but pets are not allowed. One storage space is included with the unit and located in a common area at 2146 F Street NW.
Foggy Bottom is a beautiful and convenient neighborhood to live in! You are near the National Mall, Kennedy Center, Georgetown, and have easy access to Virginia and Maryland. Stroll down to the waterfront to look out over the Potomac, where water sports are a must in the warmer months. There are many options for shopping and entertainment around Foggy Bottom and nearby Georgetown and Dupont Circle. For eating out, brunch at Tonic is a classic, as is dinner at El Chalan. There are also many fast-casual spots around. The FoBoGro is right next door for grocery needs, or walk four blocks to Whole Foods or a little farther to Trader Joe's. The Foggy Bottom metro stop (orange, blue, and silver lines) is a 5-minute walk away and bus lines abound.
Please note: This is not subsidized housing. Rents do not change based on applicant’s income and tenants will be responsible for paying the rent themselves. In addition to income and household size, the following factors will be used to evaluate a household’s lease eligibility: Employment history, credit score and reports, income verification, and criminal background screening. Applicants must be leasing the Affordable Unit as his or her full-time residence and have no ownership or leasehold interest in any other housing.