WaPo: Concessions Help Upscale Buildings Fill Apartments
From Tuesday’s Washington Post:
Adam Paper moved into an apartment at the V at City Vista in the District this summer after the landlord waived the $600 upfront amenities fee, the $500 security deposit and two months of rent.
“I got an awesome deal, and I wasn’t even pushing hard for it,” Paper said. “We’re paying $1,616 a month for a one-bedroom, one-bath apartment with a 10-foot-high ceiling in a building with amenities you would not believe. . . . I’ve been blown away by this place.”
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