The V at City Vista Grand Opening

Lowe Enterprises is now leasing 244 luxury residences in the The V Apartments at CityVista. The V is the final phase of Lowe Enterprises’ 843,000 square foot mixed-use development in the Mount Vernon Triangle neighborhood.

The “V” was designed by Michael Marshall Architecture in collaboration with CityVista master planner Torti Gallas and Partners. Some 30 apartment designs include oversized windows, balconies, terraces in select residences and Whirlpool appliances, including washers and dryers.

The grand opening on October 18 will be from 10:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. at The V – 460 L Street, NW to unveil studios, one-, two- and three-bedroom apartments with living spaces ranging from 637 to nearly 2,000 square feet. Residents will enjoy on-site access to CityVista’s lifestyle Safeway that includes a Starbucks, and Bergmann’s drycleaners. Other retail amenities at CityVista include Results The Gym, 5th Street Ace Hardware, the popular Busboys and Poets restaurant, and soon Chevy Chase Bank.

The V has it’s own website ( separate from Mayhood’s condo marketing site. This new website for the Apartments consists mostly of links that result in a “Coming Soon” message. Stay tuned for more details.

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    Tim says


    so city vista is the name of the entire project (which includes the L and V buildings)? were they all done by lowe? was this a development in which one builder made the master plan, or a collaboration among several builders for mutual benefit?

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    fourthandeye says

    @Tim – Lowe Enterprises is responsible for the entire City Vista project. That includes the L, V, and K buildings. The parcel of land that City Vista is on was district owned. The city put out an RFP and developers submitted proposals that met the city’s goals for providing affordable housing and neighborhood serving amenities.

    @Ward8sown – Steuart Investment Properties owns the lot of land you are referring to. They have plans to develop the parcel as a 535,000 of office and retail. But the Steuart family has owned the land since the 1920s and are content to move at their own pace. Therefore it may be unlikely Steuart will break ground in this present economic downturn.

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    Anonymous says

    Any updates on the V? I may be moving to DC and am looking for a good apartment and the V looks like the place for me. The trick is to find reviews and ratings from residents. If anyone’s heard of anything, please post. Thanks!